Man who pleaded guilty to punching man and woman in Charlottesville sentenced

This undated photo provided by the Jennings County Sheriff's Department in North Vernon, Ind., shows Dennis L. Mothersbaugh. (Jennings County Sheriff's Department via AP)

NORTH VERNON, Ind. (AP) -- An Indiana man who pleaded guilty to charges for punching a man and woman demonstrating against a white nationalist protest in Virginia over the summer faces nearly a year in jail. 
The Indianapolis Star reported on Friday that Dennis L. Mothersbaugh, of Vernon in southern Indiana, has been sentenced. 

He was arrested in September after a warrant was issued on charges of misdemeanor assault and battery. Video surfaced on social media showing him marching with white supremacists in Charlottesville, Virginia, and punching a man and a woman protesting against them. 

Mothersbaugh is accused of being with a group demonstrating against the scheduled removal of a Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee statue from a Charlottesville park.

A listed number for Mothersbaugh could not be located on Friday. 
   Information from: The Indianapolis Star,