Donald Trump's rally Saturday morning got off to a rough start.
"Yesterday an interracial group of community members decided to take action and stop the Trump event that was taking place by blocking traffic," Jacinta Gonzalez said.
Gonzalez, with Puente Human Rights Movement, can be seen on video bound to a vehicle.
"We wanted to come together as an interracial group and say, 'enough is enough, we're going to shut down Trump,'" Gonzalez said.
In total three protesters were arrested, but Gonzales says she was singled out, for one reason.
"After going to court and talking to the judge, two of my colleagues were released but because of my Latino surname I was transported to immigration custody," she said.
She claims she was interviewed by ICE, and that her two colleagues weren't.
"Anyone that they suspect because of racial profiling -- because of someone's last name -- they are able to take in," she said.
We reached out to the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office and were told that ICE is alerted to everyone arrested and brought to the jail. According to MCSO the three arrested were all checked out by ICE but Gonzalez may have been the only one interviewed.