Kaine's son gets probation for role in protest of Trump rally
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Sen. Tim KaineTimothy (Tim) Michael KaineSenate GOP likely to nix plan Schumer feels pressure from all sides on spending strategy Manchin signals he'll be team player on spending deal MORE’s (D-Va.) youngest son was sentenced Thursday to a year of probation and ordered to pay $236 in fines for his role in a counterprotest to a pro-Trump rally earlier this year in Minnesota.

Linwood “Woody” Kaine, 25, was sentenced to 90 days in jail, but stayed 86 days. Kaine had already served the remaining four days, The Richmond Times-Dispatch reported.

A spokeswoman for the senator’s office told the newspaper that "Woody" Kaine “behaved peacefully” at the rally, and did not face charges for disruptive activity.


Kaine and other counterprotesters showed up at a pro-Trump rally in March at the Minnesota state capitol in Saint Paul. Kaine's father was the Democratic vice presidential nominee in the 2016 election. 

Counterprotesters used smoke bombs, mace and fireworks during the rally, the local attorney general said.

According to The Richmond Times-Dispatch's report, a smoke bomb was set off inside the capitol and several protesters were arrested. 

Kaine was charged in May with a misdemeanor for fleeing on foot, concealing identity in a public place and obstructing the legal process. A document reviewed by CNN indicated Kaine fled from a police officer and that it took several officers to detain him.

Two of the misdemeanor charges were dismissed earlier this month, and Kaine pleaded guilty to the obstruction charge, according to The Richmond Times-Dispatch.