RALEIGH, N.C. — A 42-year-old Raleigh man was arrested after State Capitol Police said he put KKK hoods on a Confederate monument in downtown Raleigh, court documents show. 

Jonathan Alan Williams was arrested Monday morning and charged with misdemeanor littering not greater than 15 lbs, according to an arrest warrant.

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The document says Williams used white bed sheets to make the KKK hoods and placed them on a Confederate monument on the Capitol grounds.

The statue, erected on June 10, 1914, is a monument to the North Carolina Women of the Confederacy. The monument was the first in the state to honor the women of the Civil War era, according to a UNC database

The hoods were found after groups clashed on Saturday over the monuments. 

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The incident is the latest in a string involving Confederate statues. Protesters toppled a Confederate monument in Durham in August 2017. The "Silent Sam" statue on UNC's campus was brought down just over a year later. 

Williams is scheduled to appear in court April 8.