2021 U.S. Capitol riot/Charges

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There were rioters from at least 46 states, as well as from DC.[note 1] Most of these people have been charged with multiple crimes, the most serious crimes are listed in each case. They include:

A
  • Rasha N. Abual-Ragheb, New Jersey, charged with violent entry and disorderly conduct on capitol grounds[1]
  • Daniel Page Adams, Texas, charged with "Civil Disorder; Obstruction of an Official Proceeding; Assaulting, Resisting or Impeding Certain Officers" and other crimes[1]
  • Esyedepa Aesfyza, D.C.[2]
  • Zachary Jordan Alam, Pennsylvania, charged with assault on a Federal officer with a dangerous or deadly weapon, destruction of government property, violent entry and disorderly conduct on capitol grounds[1]
  • Christopher Alberts, Maryland, charged with "carrying a readily accessible firearm on the Capitol grounds"(a 9mm handgun and ammunition)[3][4][1]
  • Ali Alexander, in hiding as of January 10[5][6]
  • Tommy Frederick Allan, California, charged with stealing documents from Mitch McConnell's desk[7][8]
  • Trapper Alsworth, Alaska.[9]
  • Wilmar Jeovanny Montano Alvarado, charged with violent entry or disorderly conduct, civil disorders, ssaulting, resisting, or impeding certain officers or employees[1]
  • Michael J. Amos, Florida.[2]
  • John Steven Anderson, Florida, charged with forcible assault, impeding, or interfering with a fireman or law enforceent officer[2][10]
  • John D. Andries, Maryland, charged with violent entry and disorderly conduct on capitol grounds[1]
  • Jake Angeli, aka Jacob Anthony Chansley (the 'Q Shaman')[11][12][13]
  • Ryan Ashlock, Proud Boys, charged with conspiracy, civil disorder[1]
  • Mark Roderick Aungst, Pennsylvania, charged with violent entry or disorderly conduct[1]
  • Timothy Austfjord, North Dakota.[14]
  • Stephen Ayres, Ohio, charged with violent entry or disorderly conduct, posted on Facebook, "Civil War will ensue!"[15]

B

  • Stephen Maury "Stephen Ignoramus" Baker, North Carolina, charged with "violent entry and disorderly conduct"[16][17]
  • Dawn Bancroft is facing several charges; she was recorded on video to her children as saying, "We broke into the Capitol… We got inside, we did our part… We were looking for Nancy to shoot her in the friggin' brain, but we didn't find her.[18]
  • Thomas Baranyi, New Jersey, charged with disorderly conduct and other charges, give a self-incriminating interview with a TV station[2][1][19]
  • Richard "Bigo" Barnett, Arkansas, admitted ball scratcher. This is the one sitting in Pelosi's chair.[20][12][4][21][13][1]
  • Robert L. Bauer, Kentucky, charged with violent entry and disorderly conduct[22][23][24][1]
  • Damon Michael Beckley, Kentucky[25][1]
  • Victoria Bergeson, Connecticut.[2]
  • Jeremy Bertino, Washington, Proud Boy[26]
  • Bryan Betancur (a.k.a. Bryan Clooney, a.k.a, Maximo Clooney), Maryland, on parole for 4th-degree burglary, he has engaged with violent extremist groups and has expressed his desire to be a "lone wolf killer", his court-mandated tracking device showed that he had travelled to the Capitol on the 6th, charged with disorderly conduct and other charges[1][27]
  • Joseph "Joe" Biggs, Florida, Proud Boy and former InfoWars producer, charged with disorderly conduct,. Biggs allegedly encourage other Proud Boys to dress like Antifa.[28][29][30] and conspiracy[31]
  • Gina Michelle Bisignano, California, salon owner, previously known for being a public homophobe,[32] charged with aiding and abetting, obstruction, civil disorder, and engaging in physical violence in a restricted building or grounds[33]
  • Joshua Matthew Black, Alabama, charged with disorderly conduct and other charges[2][1]
  • Leandra Blades, California, member of the Placentia-Yorba Linda Unified Board of Education.[34]
  • David Blair, Maryland, charged with assaulting a police officer with a "lacrosse type stick" and hitting other officers[2][35][10]
  • Matthew Bledsoe, Tennessee, who was photographed with a Chuck Norris lookalike, charged with violent entry and disorderly conduct[36][1]
  • Hedrick Edward "Eddie" Block, California, Proud Boy.[37]
  • James Bonet, New York[38]
  • L. Brent Bozell IV ("Zeek" or "Zeeker"), Pennsylvania, son of L. Brent Bozell III was charged with trespassing and obstruction of an official proceeding, he allegedly moved a mounted video camera in the Senate chambers so that it would not record rioters, he wore a "Hershey Christian Academy" sweatshirt from where he coached girls basketball[39]
  • Ethan Bray, Mississippi.[40]
  • Toney Bray, Mississippi.[40]
  • Larry Rendall Brock, Jr., retired Air Force Lieutenant Colonel, was seen with zip ties used for handcuffing people, charged with violent entry and disorderly conduct[41][12][13][1]
  • John Brockhoeft, convicted domestic terrorist, abortion clinic firebomber.[42]
  • Tammy A. Bronsburg (a.k.a., Tammy Butry), Pennsylvania, charged with violent entry or disorderly conduct[1]
  • Jere Brower, North Carolina.[2]
  • Terry Brown, Pennsylvania.[4][43][10][1]

C

  • Daniel Ray Caldwell, Virginia, charced with forcibly assaulting, impeding, interfering any fireman or law enforcement officer (spraying a chemical irritant)[2]
  • Thomas Edward Caldwell, Texas, alleged Oath Keepers member, holds a top secret security clearance, charged with conspiracy, is believed to be a key figure in the violence, was charged with conspiracy[44][45][46][47][48]
  • William Mccall Calhoun, Jr., Georgia; violent entry or disorderly conduct; tampering With a witness, victim, or an informant[1]
  • Samuel Pinho Camargo, Florida, charged with civil disorder, unlawfully entering the Capitol and disorderly conduct[2][49]
  • Matthew Capsel (a.k.a., Mateo Q Capsel), Illinois, charged with having forcibly assaulted, resisted, opposed, impeded, intimidated, or interfered with any officer or employee of the United States or of any agency in any branch of the United States Government[1]
  • Brian Cash, Michigan.[50][51]
  • William "Billy" Chrestman, Kansas, Proud Boy, wielded an axe handle, charged with violent entry and other charges[52][53][54]
  • Albert A. Ciarpelli, New York, charged with violent entry and disorderly conduct[2][1]
  • Daniel Clavijo, Virginia[2]
  • Luke Coffee, Texas, charged with assault of a federal law enforcement officer with a dangerous weapon (a metal crutch)[2]
  • Lonnie Leroy Coffman, Alabama, charged by authorities after they found 11 homemade bombs, an assault rifle and a handgun in his truck parked two blocks from the Capitol.[55][4][13][10][1]
  • Tara Coleman, Pennsylvania[43]
  • Louis Enrique Colon, Kansas, Proud Boy, charged with violent entry and other charges[53][54]
  • Josiah Colt, Idaho, was photographed hanging from a balcony in the Senate chambers[56][12][1]
  • Cody Page Carter Connell, Louisiana[1]
  • Matthew Ross Council, Florida, charged with violent entry, disorderly conduct, pushing a police officer[57][4][13][10][1]
  • Gracyn Courtright, West Virginia, charged with stealing a "members only" sign, violent entry and disorderly conduct. She wrote on social media that she "thought it was cool" and "infamy is just as good as fame."[45][58][59]
  • Donovan Ray Crowl, Ohio, alleged member of Oath Keepers, charged with conspiracy[60][45][46][48]
  • Bruno Joseph Cua, Georgia, charged with assault on a Federal officer, violent entry and physical violence[1]
  • Jennie Louise Cudd, Texas, admitted to breaking into Pelosi's office, charged with multiple crimes but allowed to vacation in Mexico[61][2][13][1][62]
  • Michael Curzio, Florida, charged with violent entry and disorderly conduct[63][4][1]

D

  • Michael Shane Daughtry, Georgia, operates "Crazy Coon's Armory", wrote on social media "We the one[sic] that tore the fence down up there", charged with knowingly engaging in violence and knowingly impeding the orderly conduct of government with disruptive behavior[1]
  • Paul Davis, Texas lawyer lost his jerb,[64] appears to be spending his free time filing frivolous lawsuits[65]
  • Tim Davis, Oregon[66]
  • Nicholas "Dick NeCarlo" Decarlo, associated with Ochs' "Murder the Media", charged with conspiracy, theft of federal government property, "disorderly conduct, or violent conduct in restricted buildings or grounds", and other charges[67][26][68]
  • Nathaniel "Nathan" J. DeGrave, Nevada, charged with impeding a law enforcement officer and other crimes[69][70]
  • Jonathan Doll, DC[2]
  • Charles Donohoe, North Carolina, Proud Boys organizer, charged with conspiracy[31]
  • Danielle Nicole Doyle, Oklahoma, charged with violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds[2]
  • Kim Dragoo, Missouri, not actually charged[71]
  • Therese Duke, Maryland, the mother of Helena Duke, who called her out[72][73]

E

  • Stacy Ebanks, Maryland[2]
  • Hunter Ehmke, California, allegedly broke a window, charged with damaging government property and disruptive conduct[2][1]
  • Lisa Eisenhart, Tennessee, woman who allegedly brought zip ties,Wikipedia mother of Eric Munchel.[74][75][1][8]
  • Andrew C. Ericson, Oklahoma, charged with violent entry and disorderly conduct [76]
  • Derrick EvansWikipedia (R-West Virginia), a Republican state legislator who livestreamed his breaking in and resigned after being arrested.[11][12][13][1]

F

  • Scott Kevin Fairlamb, New Jersey, charged with assaulting a federal officer, carrying a dangerous weapon, and violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds[77][78]
  • Troy Faulkner, Ohio, wore his company's clothing, Faulkner Painting, to the riot, allegedly kicked in a window, charged with destruction of government property and obstruction of an official proceeding[79]
  • Thomas Fee, New York, retired firefighter with a history of racist complaints, claimed that he was "at the tip of the spear", charged with violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds[80][81]
  • Brandon Fellows, New York, charged with disrupting government business[1][82]
  • Joseph W. Fischer, Pennsylvania, off-duty police offficer, allegedly led the mob pushing against Capitol police, charged with obstructing law enforcement during “civil disorder[83]
  • Cindy Fitchett, Virginia.[84][4][10][1]
  • David Ray Fitzgerald, Illinois.[2][13]
  • Kyle Fitzsimons, Maine, charged with violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds and assault on a federal officer[85]
  • Eduard Florea, New York.[2]
  • Michael Joseph Foy, Michigan, charged with "obstruction of law enforcement; forcibly assault, resist, oppose, impede, intimidate, or interfere with any officer of the United States"[1]
  • Jacob Fracker, Virginia, officer with the Rocky Mount Police Department[86][13][1][8]
  • Nick Fuentes[87]

G

  • Thomas Gallagher, New Hampshire, charged with violent entry and disorderly conduct in a Capitol building[4][10][1][88]
  • Steve Galtier, Louisiana, co-owner of Rouses Markets,Wikipedia was present outside the Capitol but not charged with a crime[89]
  • Gabriel Augustin Garcia, Proud Boys member and failed GOP candidate for the Florida House, charged with violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds[90]
  • Christina Gerding, Illinois, charged with violent entry and disorderly conduct on capitol grounds[1]
  • Christopher Stanton Georgia, Georgia, committed suicide days after the riot[2][91][92][93]
  • Jason Gerding, Illinois, husban dof Christina, charged with violent entry and disorderly conduct on capitol grounds[1]
  • Robert Gieswein, Colorado, Three Percenters, Proud Boys and Oath Keepers; allegedly runs a private paramilitary training group, charged with assaulting police, civil disorder and obstruction of police and government[60]
  • Tim Gionet, aka Anthime Joseph Gionet, aka Baked Alaska.[87][94][95][75][96][1]
  • Earl Glosser, North Carolina.[2]
  • Simone Melissa Gold, a quack medical doctor known for promoting crank ideas about COVID, charged with remaining in restricted building or grounds without lawful authority[2][97][98]
  • Daniel Goodwyn, California, Proud Boy and anti-masker, outed by Baked Alaska's video at the riot, charged with disruptive conduct within the Capitol[2][75][99]
  • Vaughn Gordon, Louisiana[2][1]
  • Vitali Gossjankowsi, DC, charged with impeding the orderly conduct of official Government business while carrying a dangerous weapon (a Taser)[1]
  • Lindsey Graham, Oregon. (no relation to the Senator)[100]
  • Lance Grames, North Carolina[2]
  • Kenneth Grayson, Pennsylvania, charged with disorderly conduct which impedes the conduct of government business, disruptive conduct in the Capitol buildings[1]
  • Christopher Ray Grider, Texas, charged with impeding passage through the Capitol grounds or buildings; an act of physical violence in the Capitol grounds or buildings, and other charges[1]
  • Couy Griffin, Otero County, New Mexico Commissioner, had made a video in May 2020 (that Trump retweeted) where he said, "The only good Democrat is a dead Democrat."; charged with disruptive conduct in a restricted building[1][101]
  • Jack Jesse Griffith (a.k.a. Juan Bibiano), Tennessee, charged with disorderly or disruptive conduct within or near the Capitol, disrupting the orderly conduct of government business[102][1]
  • Leonard Guthrie, New Jersey[103][13][10]

H

  • Timothy Louis Hale-Cusanelli, New Jersey, is an Army Reservist who is an open Nazi who grew a Hitler mustache and allegedly said to his colleagues in the Army that "he would kill all the Jews and eat them for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and he wouldn’t need to season them because the salt from their tears would make it flavorful enough."[104] charged with civil disorder, aiding and abetting obstruction of an official proceeding[1][105]
  • Tayler Hansen, anti-abortion activist. He filmed and uploaded the shooting of Ashli Babbitt.[1][42]
  • Michael Lee Hardin, ex-cop, charged with disorderly conduct[106]
  • Peter J. Harding, New York, charged with violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds[107]
  • Alex Kirk Harkrider, Texas, charged with resisting, or impeding certain officers, using a dangerous weapon (a baton); theft of government property,[1]
  • Kenneth Harrelson, Florida, charged with conspiracy, and destruction of government property[108][109]
  • Mark Hastings, Florida, CEO of BarProducts.com, was not known to have entered the Capitol[110]
  • Andrew Hatley, South Carolina, allegedly took a selfie while posing next to a statue of pro-slavery ex-Vice President John C. Calhoun, charged with engaging in disorderly or disruptive conduct on capitol buildings or grounds[1][111]
  • Edward Hemenway, Kentucky, charged with violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds[1][23][24]
  • Emily Hernandez, Missouri, allegedly photographed stealing a fragment of Pelosi's name plate, charged with theft of government property and disorderly conduct[1]
  • Yuji Hilaiwa (or Yuji Hiraiwa), Wyoming.[2]
  • Jacob Hiles, Virginia, charged with engaging in disorderly or disruptive conduct in, or within such proximity to, any restricted building or grounds[22][112]
  • Adam Avery Honeycutt, Florida, charged with Violent Entry and disorderly conduct on capitol grounds[1]
  • Alan Hostetter, California, ex-police chief, yoga instructor[113]
  • Joshua Calvin Hughes, Montana[114][115]
  • Jerod Wade Hughes, Montana[114][115]

I

  • Suzanne Ianni, Massachusetts, director of "Super Happy Fun America" (a far-right straight pride organziation),[116] co-organized 11 buses to travel to the March for Trump/Save America rally from Massachusetts, charged with disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds[1][117]

J

  • Emanuel Jackson, DC, charged with assaulting an officer of the United States with a deadly or dangerous weapon (a metal baseball bat), physical violence on restricted building or grounds; violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds[1]
  • Joshua James, Alabama, charged with conspiracy[108][109]
  • Douglas Austin Jensen, Iowa, wore a QAnon shirt to the riot, admitted to being the person who chased police officer Eugene GoodmanWikipedia up the flight of stairs, charged with impeding the performance of a police officer[1][118][12][13]
  • Taylor James Johnataks, Washington, charged with assaulting, resisting, or impeding certain officers; civil disorder, physical violence in the Capitol Grounds or Buildings[1]
  • Abby Johnson, anti-abortion activist and subject of anti-abortion movie Unplanned[42][119]
  • Adam Johnson, Florida, allegedly was photograph stealing the Speaker of the House's lectern, charged with theft of government property and one count of violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds[1][120][11][12][13]
  • Andrew Johnson, Florida[2]
  • Alex Jones[6]
  • Chad Barrett Jones, Kentucky, charged with assault on a federal officer, destruction of government property and obstruction of justice[1]
  • Michael Jones, North Carolina[121]

K

  • Klete Keller,Wikipedia swimmer and five time Olympic medalist, charged with obstructing law enforcement, violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds[1][122][12][13]
  • Christopher M. Kelly, New York, charged with violent entry and disorderly conduct[1]
  • Kash Lee Kelly, Latin KingsWikipedia gangster, charged with violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds[123][124]
  • Leo Kelly, Iowa, confessed on video, charged with violent entry with intent to disrupt the orderly conduct of official business and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds[1][125]
  • Julian Elie Khater was charged with multiple assault charges against police, including assault with a deadly weapon. Khater along with George Pierre Tanios are accused of using bear spray against officer Brian Sicknick, who died the following day. As of March 2021, no cause of death has been established for Sicknick.[126]
  • Federico Guillermo Klein, former Trump appointee to the State Department with top-secret security clearance, allegedly beat police with a police shield, is expected to be charged with several felonies.[127]
  • Joshua Knowles, Arizona[2]
  • Billy Leonel Knutson (a rap musician known as "Playboy the Beast"), North Carolina, Proud Boy[128][129]
  • Cory Konold, Kansas, Proud Boy, charged with violent entry and other charges[53][54]
  • Felicia Konold, Kansas, sister of Cory Konold, charged with violent entry and other charges[53][54]
  • Laura Daube Kronen, Georgia, brought her kids along[130]
  • Christopher Kuehne, Kansas, Proud Boy, charged with violent entry and other charges[53][54]

L

  • Edward Jacob Lang, New York charged with using a bat and a shield to assault an officer and other charges[1][82]
  • William Leary, DC.[2]
  • Keith Lee, Texas[131]
  • Mark Jefferson Leffingwell, Washington[2][132][4][10][1]
  • Nicholas Lentz, Florida, former police officer, live blogged from inside the Capitol[133]
  • Jacob Lewis, California, charged with violent entry and disorderly conduct in a Capitol building[1]
  • Kevin Daniel Loftus, Wisconsin, charged with violent entry and disorderly conduct[2][1]
  • Joshua R. Lollar, Texas, charged with impeding or disrupting official functions; obstructing or impeding law enforcement officer during civil disorder, violent entry and disorderly conduct[1][134]
  • John Lolos, identified by police after being kicked off a Delta Airlines flight for continuously yelling "Trump 2020!". [2][135]
  • Richard and Annie Lorenz, uncle and aunt respectively of the aforementioned Helena Duke[72][73]
  • Robert Anthony Lyon, Ohio, charged with theft of government property (a coat rack) with Dustin Thompson[1]

M

  • Joshua Macias, Pennsylvania, founder of "Vets for Trump".[138] Macias had also been arrested in Philadelphia for bringing "two handguns, a semiautomatic rifle and a samurai sword" to a ballot-processing center in November 2020; he had driven there in an SUV with a QAnon bumper sticker.[139]
  • Steve Omar Maldonado (a.k.a., Emilio Maldonado), Florida, charged with violent entry or disorderly conduct[1]
  • Kristina Malimon, Oregon, vice chairwoman of Young Republicans of Oregon[140]
  • Yevgemya Malimon, Oregon.[2]
  • Matt MaddockWikipedia (R-Michigan), a Republican state legislator who was present with his wife, Meshawn.[141]
  • Kristopher Martin ("Kristopher Dreww", "The Adorable Deplorable"), California, a "far-right gay activist"[142][143]
  • Jessica Martinez, Whittier California city council member[34]
  • Ryan Mason, Maryland.[2]
  • Roxanne Mathai, Texas.[144]
  • John MausWikipedia, indie musician[145]
  • Matthew Carl Mazzocco, Texas, charged with violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds[1]
  • Patrick McCaughey III, New York, Three Percenter, he allegedly dragged a beaten police officer down the Capitol steps,[146] charged with assaulting, resisting, or impeding certain officers, using a dangerous weapon[1][29]
  • Jeffrey McKellop, Virginia, former Marine Green Beret, allegedly threw a flagpole like a spear at a police officer, charged with assaulting a police officer with a deadly or dangerous weapon[147]
  • David Anthony Medina, Oregon[66]
  • Connie Meggs, Florida, alleged Oath Keeper, charged with conspiracy[48]
  • Kelly Meggs, Florida, alleged Oath Keeper, spouse of Connie Meggs, charged with conspiracy[48]
  • James Allen Mels, Michigan, charged with violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds[1]
  • Maurcio Mendez, Connecticut[2]
  • Cleveland Grover Meredith Jr., Georgia, QAnon, charged after sending death threats to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi[1][148][12][4][13]
  • William D. Merry, Jr., Missouri, charged with theft of government property (a fragment of a sign above Speaker Pelosi's doorway)[1]
  • Richard Michetti, Pennsylvania, texted his ex-girlfriend during the riot, sending photos and saying "If you can't see the election was stolen you’re a moron." She turned him in to the FBI, and he is now charged with violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds, and obstruction of Congress.[149]
  • Garret Miller, Texas, allegedly threatened to assassinate Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY), charged with interstate threats to injure or kidnap; entering and remaining in a restricted building or grounds; disorderly and disruptive conduct and other crimes[1][150] When he was arrested, he was wearing an "I Was There, Washington D.C., January 6, 2021" t-shirt.[151]
  • Matthew Ryan Miller, Maryland, charged with assaulting, resisting, or impeding certain officers using a dangerous weapon and other crimes[1][152]
  • Jordan Robert Mink, Pennsylvania, charged with unlawful entry on restricted building or grounds while using or carrying a deadly or dangerous weapon, destruction of property, violenc eon Capitol grounds[1]
  • Roberto A. Minuta, Texas, Oath Keeper who provided security for Roger Stone at the rally preceding the riot, charged with official proceeding and aiding and abetting, and tampering with documents or proceedings,[153][154] conspiracy[108][109]
  • David Charles Mish, Jr., Wisconsin[2][155][1]
  • Nicolas Anthony Moncada, New York[80]
  • Patrick Montgomery, Colorado, charged with violent entry and eisorderly conduct at the grounds and in a Capitol Building[1]
  • Grant Moore, Georgia[10]
  • Aaron Mostofsky, New York, son of Brooklyn Supreme Court Judge Shlomo Mostofsky, charged with theft of government property (a police vest)[156][12][13][1]
  • Eric Gavelek Munchel, Tennessee, photographed carrying plastic zip ties (presumed to be used for handcuffing people), son of Lisa Eisenhart.[157][12][13][75][1][8]
  • Henry Phillip "Hank" Muntzer, Montana[158]
  • Marsha Murphy, Arizona[2]

N

  • Adam Newbold, Ohio, retired Navy SEAL[159]
  • Ryan Nichols, Virginia, charged with resisting, or impeding certain officers using a dangerous weapon (a canister of OC/pepper spray and a crowbar), theft of government property[1]
  • Ethan Michael Nordean (a.k.a. Rufio Panman), Washington, Proud Boys, charged with terrorism[2][53][37] and conspiracy[31]
  • William Robert "Robbie" Norwood III, South Carolina, told his family before the riot that he would dress up as Antifa and therefore be able to get away with anything, charged with theft of government property, obstruction of Congress, disorderly conduct[160]

O

  • Nicholas R. "Nick" Ochs, founder of the Hawaii chapter of the Proud Boys, charged with conspiracy, theft of federal government property, "disorderly conduct, or violent conduct in restricted buildings or grounds", and other charges[161][1][68]
  • Christopher W. Ortiz, New York, charged with violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds[1]

P

  • Robert Keith Packer, wore a "Camp Auschwitz" shirt at the Capitol, charged with violent entry or disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds[1][162][12][13]
  • John Alvin Parker, Michigan.[2]
  • Bennie Parker, Ohio, alleged Oath Keeper, charged with conspiracy, destroying government property and other charges[48]
  • Sandra Rut Parker, Ohio, alleged Oath Keeper, spouse of Bennie Parker, charged with conspiracy, destroying government property and other charges[48]
  • William Pepe, New York, Proud Boy, charged with conspiracy and other crimes[12][1][115]
  • Matthew Perna, Pennsylvania[1]
  • Rachael Lynn Pert, Florida, charged with violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds[1]
  • Dominic Pezzola (a.k.a. "Spazzo", "Spaz" or "Spazzolini"), Proud Boy who broke the first window, and has been charged with conspiracy, terrorism and other charges.[37][163][164][1][29][115][53]
  • Tam Dinh Pham, Texas, officer with the Houston Police Department, charged with violent entry and disorderly conduct on capitol grounds[1][165][166]
  • Daniel D. Phipps, Texas, charged with violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds[1]
  • Sara McArthur Pierce, Utah, reality TV star of The Real Housewives of Salt Lake CityWikipedia[167]
  • Ariel Pink,Wikipedia indie musician[145]
  • Rachel Marie Powell, Pennsylvania, charged with obstruction, depredation of government property, being in a restricted building or grounds with a dangerous weapon (a large pipe), violent entry or disorderly conduct (ramming a window) [1]
  • Christine M. Priola, Ohio, charged with violent entryand disorderly conduct on capitol grounds[1][168]
  • Joshua Pruitt, D.C., Proud Boys. charged with civil disorder, acts of physical violence in the capitol building and other charges[1][4]

Q

  • Nazeer Qaim, D.C.[2]

R

  • James Douglas Rahm, New Jersey, charged with disorderly conduct and obstruction of Congress after allegedly taking a piss in Nancy Pelosi's office[169]
  • Emily Rainey, psychological operations officer, United States Army, North Carolina; resigned her commission after leading a group to the riots[170]
  • Blake A. Reed, Tennessee, charged with violent entry and disorderly conduct on capitol grounds[1]
  • Guy Wesley Reffitt, Texas, Three Percenters member, was arrested by the FBI. He had threatened to kill their children if they turned him in, according to his wife.[171] He also allegedly created a a security business specifically to circumvent gun laws.[172]
  • Zach Rehl, Pennsylvania, President of Philadelphia Proud Boys,[37] charged with conspiracy[31]
  • Jordan T. Revlett, Kentucky, charged with violent entry or disorderly conduct[1][173]
  • Jorge A. Riley, California[1][174]
  • Thomas J. Robertson, Virginia, Army veteran and trained sniper, officer with the Rocky Mount Police Department, charged with violent entry and disorderly conduct in a capitol building or grounds[1][86][13][8]
  • Nicholas Rodean, Maryland, charged with violent entry and disorderly conduct in a capitol building[1][175][12]
  • Daniel Rodriguez, California, charged with assaulting police officer Michael Fanone with a deadly weapon (a stun gun), smashing a window of the Capitol and stealing an emergency escape[176]
  • Eliel Rosa, Texas[2][1]
  • David Lester Ross, Massachusetts[177]
  • Donald Rouse, Louisiana, co-owner of Rouses Markets[89]
  • Bradley Rukstales, Illinois, CEO of Cogensia, charged with violent entry and disorderly conduct in a capitol building[1][178][4][12][13]
  • Jennifer Leigh "Jenna" Ryan, Texas[1][179][180][22]

S

  • Jeffrey P. Sabol, New York, charged with civil disorder (holding police baton against an prostrate officer's neck)[1]
  • Rick SacconeWikipedia, former Pennsylvania state legislator and failed candidate for PA-18.[181]
  • Mark Sahady, Massachusetts, co-founder of "Super Happy Fun America",[116] co-organized 11 buses to travel to the March for Trump/Save America rally from Massachusetts, charged with disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds[1][182][117]
  • Ryan Samsel, Pennsylvania, on parole in PA and wanted for an alleged assault in New Jersey, charged with having "forcibly assaulted, resisted, opposed, impeded, intimidated, or interfered with a federal agent while they are engaged in their official duties"[1]
  • Ronald L. Sandlin, Nevada[69]
  • Robert Sanford, retired Pennsylvania firefighter, facing Federal felony charges for throwing a fire extinguisher at police during the riots[183][184][1]
  • Diana Santos-Smith is facing several charges[18]
  • Tim Scarboro, North Carolina[121]
  • Jon Schaffer,Wikipedia Indiana, guitarist for the band Iced Earth, and member of Oath Keepers.[60][1]
  • Peter Schwartz, allegedly sprayed police with their own pepper spray and bragged about it; charged with forcibly assaulting officers, obstructing law enforcement during civil disorder, and violently entering Capitol grounds and engaging in disorderly conduct; Schwartz had been released early from prison due to the COVID pandemic even though he was there for illegal possession of a firearm and making terroristic threats.[185]
  • Daniel Lyons Scott ("Milkshake"), Washington, Proud Boys, reportedly fought the police[186]
  • Christian Secor, California, Groyper, known online as "Scuffed Elliot Rodger," leader of the America First Bruins club at UCLA, charged with civic disorder and assaulting, resisting or impeding officers[1][187]
  • Hunter Seefried, Delaware, son of Kevin Seefried.[188][1]
  • Kevin Seefried, Delaware, one of the ones running around with the flag of treason Confederate battle flag.[189][188][13][1]
  • Civil Disorder Shively, Pennsylvania, charged with "forcibly assault, resist, oppose, impede, intimidate, or interfere with any officer or employee of the United States or of any agency in any branch of the United States Government while engaged in or on account of the performance of official duties", engaging in in physical violence on grounds or any of the Capitol buildings[1]
  • Thomas F. Sibick, New York, charged with assaulting police officer Michael Fanone, obstruction of law enforcement during civil disorder and taking something of value by force (a police badge and radio)[190]
  • James Sinclair, Pennsylvania.[2]
  • Zandra Sixkiller-Cramer, Maryland[35][10]
  • Jeffrey Alexander Smith (a.k.a., Alex Smith), California, charged with violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds[1]
  • Troy Anthony Smocks, Texas, charged with threats in interstate commerce[1]
  • James Smawley, North Carolina[121]
  • Michael Sparks, Kentucky, the first one through a broken window, wore a T-shirt that said "Armor of God Ephesians 6:11" in his booking photo, chargd with 9 counts including violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds,[191][192]
  • Christopher Raphael Spencer (a.k.a., Chris Spencer), North Carolina, charged with violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds, obstruction of justice[1]
  • Peter Francis Stager, Arkansas, accused of beating a police officer with an American flag pole[2][193][1]
  • Laura Steele, North Carolina, alleged Oath Keeper, charged with conspiracy[48]
  • Michael Stepakoff, Florida, charged with violent entry and disorderly conduct in a Capitol building[1]
  • Justin Stoll ("Th3RealHuckleberry"), Ohio, charged with interstate communication of a threat (murder) and tampering with a witness by threat[2]
  • Brandon Straka, Nebraska, founder of the WalkAway campaignWikipedia and speaker at the rally preceding the riot[194][195]
  • John Herbert Strand, California, charged with violent entry and disorderly conduct[1]
  • Kevin Strong, California, charged with violent entry and disorderly conduct on capitol grounds[1][76]
  • Isaac Steve Sturgeon, Montana, charged with obstruction of justice; assaulting, resisting or impeding officers; engaging in physical violence in a restricted building and an act of physical violence in the Capitol grounds, fled to Kenya and was deported back to the US[196][197]
  • Marissa A. Suarez, New Jersey, charged with violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds[1]
  • John Earle Sullivan, Utah, charged with civil disorder[1][2][198]
  • Douglas Sweet, Virginia, charged with violent entry and disorderly conduct in a capitol building[1][84][4][13][10]

T

  • Anthony Tammaro, Pennsylvania[2][43]
  • George Pierre Tanios was charged with multiple assault charges against police, including assault with a deadly weapon. Khater along with Julian Elie Khater are accused of using bear spray against officer Brian Sicknick, who died the following day. As of March 2021, no cause of death has been established for Sicknick.[126]
  • Russ Taylor, California, QAnon[113][199]
  • Jay Thaxton, North Carolina, Proud Boys[121][200]
  • Dustin Byron Thompson, Ohio, charged with theft of government property (a coat rack) with Roberty Lyon[1]
  • Patricia Todisco, New Jersey, charged with violent entry and disorderly conduct on capitol grounds[1]
  • Benjamin Henry Torre, Georgia, charged with violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds[1]
  • Christian Trabert, Maryland, son of a local police chief, said that he was proud to have stormed the Capitol[201][35]

U

  • Chance Anthony Uptmore, Texas, charged with violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds[1]
  • James Herman "Sonny" Uptmore, Texas, father of Chance, charged with violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds[1]

V

  • William Vogel, New York, charged with violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds[1]

W

  • Jessica Marie Watkins, Ohio, alleged member of Oath Keepers, charged with conspiracy, violent entry or disorderly conduct[60][44][46][48]
  • Will Watson, Alabama[202]
  • Thomas Webster, New York, charged with assaulting, resisting, or impeding certain officers with a deadly or dangerous weapon (a large metal flapole with a US Marine Corps flag), violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds[1]
  • Bradley Weeks, Florida, charged with violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds[1]
  • Andrew Williams, Florida firefighter[1][203]
  • Riley June Williams, Pennsylvania[204][45]
  • Dana Joe Winn, Florida, charged with violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds[1]
  • Andrew Wrigley, Pennsylvania, charged with violent entry and disorderly conduct on capitol grounds[1]

Y

  • Graydon Young, Florida, alleged Oath Keeper, charged with conspiracy[48]

  • And need we remind you: Donald fucking Trump, alleged incitement, dodged his promised Capitol appearance due to bone spurs

Following the riot, an unprecedented military and police security zone was created around central Washington to prevent people without proper identification from entering.[205] The following people were charged with insurrection-related crimes during that periot

  • Wesley Allen Beeler, Virginia, arrested on a variety of weapons charges after he entered a secure area near the Capitol on January 16.[206]
  • Guy Berry, Virginia, arrested for carrying an unregistered pistol, a large-capacity feeding device, and unregistered ammunition.[205]
  • Linda McGovern, Stratford, Connecticut, was arrested for impersonating a police officer, failure to obey an officer, and fleeing an officer.[205][207]
  • Brendan Hunt, New York, arrested by the FBI on January 19. Hunt, a Trump supporter (and former Occupy Wall Street participant), threatened Democratic Senators as well as Nancy Pelosi and AOC on video. He had not been in Washington on January 6, but said in the video, "We need to go back to the U.S. Capitol when all of the senators and a lot of the representatives are back there, and this time we have to show up with our guns. And we need to slaughter these motherfuckers."[208]
  • Ian Benjamin Rogers of California was arrested on January 26, 2021, and charged with making pipe bombs and planning to go to war against Democrats in order to 'keep' Trump in power.[209]


Notes[edit]

  1. Thus far, there are no known rioters from Minnesota, Rhode Island, South Dakota, or Vermont.

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  127. State Department aide appointed by Trump stormed the Capitol, beat police with a riot shield, FBI says by Katie Shepherd & John Hudson (March 5, 2021 at 8:48 a.m. PST) The Washington Post.
  128. 1/ ON 1/6 fascists will converge on DC to assault & harass black, brown, & other marginalized lives. Meet one of the fascists going: Billy Leonel Knutson, 35, of Charlotte, NC. Billy is a member of the violent street gang Proud Boys, an @splcenter designated hate group. by @trashpandaAFA (3:22 PM · Jan 2, 2021) Twitter (archived from 2 Jan 2021 23:23:58 UTC).
  129. 1/ On Jan 2 we introduced Proud Boy Billy Knutson to the world. Billy said he was going to DC to "literally go Antifa hunting." Well, Proud Boy Billy Knutson stormed the U.S. capitol with his fellow terrorists and participated in a failed coup: by @trashpandaAFA (10:32 AM · Jan 8, 2021) Twitter (archived from 5 Feb 2021 13:01:22 UTC).
  130. Laura Daube Kronen from Atlanta, GA, who brought her children with her. by @ndelriego (11:28 AM - 9 Jan 2021) Twitter 9archived from January 13, 2021). Kronen was quoted, "I was tear gassed FOUR times. I have pepper spray in my throat. I stormed the Capitol Building. And my children have had the best learning experience of their lives."
  131. David D. Kirkpatrick, Mike McIntire and Christiaan Triebert, Before the Capitol Riot, Calls for Cash and Talk of Revolution. The New York Times, 16 January 2021.
  132. Seattle man charged in federal court following US Capitol siege. king5.com, 10 January 2021.
  133. "Former North Miami Beach cop went live on Facebook from inside the Capitol during riot". 
  134. Joshua Lollar of Spring, Texas charged in US Capitol riot by Miya Shay & Jessica Willey (January 15, 2021 8:59 PM) ABC 13.
  135. "Airport police officer identifies man charged in Capitol riot after he was kicked off flight for 'continuously' yelling 'Trump 2020'" by Paul P. Murphy, CNN, 2021 January 26
  136. Jason Meisner, Annie Sweeney and Megan Crepeau, Feds say Chicago man charged with entering US Capitol during attack posted photo outside Nancy Pelosi’s office. Chicago Tribune, 13 January 2021.
  137. Read the criminal complaint against the Chicago man arrested for allegedly entering US Capitol during attack. Chicago Tribune, 13 January 2021.
  138. "Prosecutors cite Capitol siege in bid to revoke bail for Vets for Trump founder caught in Philly with Hummer filled with guns". 
  139. Virginia "Trump in heels" candidate says Capitol attack was justified — because of COVID rules: Amanda Chase says Capitol rioters were tired of being told "what we can and cannot do in the form of mandates" by Roger Sollenberger (January 26, 2021 11:55PM UTC) Salon.
  140. "Vice chair of Oregon Young Republicans group among those arrested at Capitol". 
  141. Beth LeBlanc, House resolutions seek censure, expulsion of GOP lawmaker. detroitnews.com, 13 January 2021.
  142. "Huntington Beach far-right activist contrite after fiery video about Capitol attack goes viral". 
  143. FBI raids home of far-right gay activist who boasted about attending Capitol riots: Kristopher Dreww tried to retract claims that he'd helped storm the Capitol after receiving death threats by Rhuaridh Marr (January 19, 2021) Metro Weekly.
  144. "Bexar County Sheriff’s lieutenant who shared photos from deadly Capitol riot claims she was unaware of bloodshed". 
  145. 145.0 145.1 Daniel Kohn, Ariel Pink and John Maus Spotted at D.C. Riot. spin.com, 7 January 2021.
  146. Capitol riot latest: Man who allegedly dragged beaten officer down steps charged by Luke Barr et al. (January 22, 2021, 4:30 PM) ABC News.
  147. Former Green Beret charged in riot threw a flagpole at an officer like a spear, FBI says by Alex Horton (March 19, 2021 at 11:31 a.m. PDT) The Washington Post.
  148. Michael Levenson. Man With Assault Rifle Charged With Threatening Pelosi, Officials Say. The New York Times, 9 January 2021.
  149. A Capitol rioter texted his ex during the insurrection to call her a ‘moron,’ feds say. She turned him in. by Timothy Bella (Feb. 25, 2021 at 12:28 a.m. PST) The Washington Post.
  150. Man who stormed U.S. Capitol charged with threatening to assassinate Rep. Ocasio-Cortez by Emma Newburger & Dan Mangan (Published Sat, Jan 23 20214:52 PM EST; Updated Sat, Jan 23 20215:06 PM EST) CNBC.
  151. Accused Supergenius Capitol Rioter Was Wearing an ‘I Was There, Washington D.C., January 6, 2021’ T-Shirt When the Police Arrested Him: Garret Miller also posted several photos and videos of himself in the Capitol during the riot, according to a criminal complaint. by Paul Blest (March 30, 2021, 9:45am) Vice.
  152. FBI: Another Marylander charged in connection with US Capitol riot. wbaltv.com, 25 January 2021.
  153. New York ‘Oath Keeper’ seen in photo with Roger Stone busted by feds in Capitol riot by Ben Feuerherd (March 8, 2021 | 3:26pm) New York Post.
  154. United States of America v. Roberto A. Minuta (2/24/2021) United States District Court for the District of Columbia.
  155. Sophie Carlson, West Allis man charged with entering U.S. Capitol during riot says he saw police shoot woman. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 15 January 2021.
  156. The son of a Brooklyn judge was arrested over his role in the Capitol riot. The New York Times, 12 January 2021.
  157. Trumpist masculinity reaches its high water mark by Monica Hesse (Jan. 12, 2021 at 10:23 a.m. PST) The Washington Post.
  158. "Dillon man arrested following alleged entry into U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6" by MTN News, 8 KPax Missoula, 2021 Jan 21
  159. 'I am not a terrorist': Retired Navy SEAL speaks after Capitol siege: The Navy veteran said he wanted lawmakers to be left "shaking in their shoes." by James Gordon Meek & Catherine Sanz (January 12, 2021, 7:24 PM) ABC News.
  160. Feds charge man who claimed he dressed up like Antifa and beat, stole gear from police during Capitol riot by Paul P. Murphy (6:28 PM ET, Tue March 2, 2021) CNN.
  161. Joe Erwin, ‘Proud Boy’ Nick Ochs arrested in Hawaii over Capitol siege. New York Daily News, 9 January 2021.
  162. Man in 'Camp Auschwitz' shirt, photographed at U.S. Capitol riot, arrested in Virginia: Robert Keith Packer, who lives in Newport News, was taken into custody a week after the deadly, anti-democracy uprising. by David K. Li & Shamar Walters (Jan. 13, 2021, 9:10 AM PST / Updated Jan. 13, 2021, 10:24 AM PST) NBC News.
  163. Adam Rawnsley and Pilar Melendez, Feds Track Down Bearded Proud Boy Seen Smashing Capitol Window With Police Shield. The Daily Beast, 15 January 2021.
  164. Michael Hill and Carolyn Thompson, New York Man Seen Smoking Cigar During Capitol Riot Charged for Breaking Window: FBI. nbcnewyork.com, 15 January 2021.
  165. Houston police officer accused of penetrating Capitol could face federal charges, Acevedo says. click2houston.com, 13 January 2021.
  166. Barbi Barbee, Houston police officer among those who stormed U.S. Capitol identified, per source. fox5dc.com, 13 January 2021.
  167. Ashley Hoover Baker, RHOSLC's Sara McArthur Pierce Attended Captiol Riot Prompting Bravoholics To Call For Her Termination. tasteofreality.com, 11 January 2021.
  168. "Cleveland schools employee resigns; social media users identify her as woman inside Capitol during violent pro-Trump riot". 
  169. Capitol riot suspect posted online about urinating in Pelosi's office The Washington Times.
  170. Officer resigns as Army investigates her involvement in Washington rally that led to U.S. Capitol riot. CBS News, 11 January 2021.
  171. Texas man at Capitol riot allegedly threatened to kill his kids if they turned him in: 'Traitors get shot' by Jaclyn Peiser (Jan. 19, 2021 at 1:02 a.m. PST) The Washington Post.
  172. Three Percenters member charged in riot set up company to circumvent gun laws, get weapons, U.S says by Spencer S. Hsu (March 16, 2021 1:22 p.m.) The Washington Post via The San Franciso Chronicle.
  173. Kala Kachmar, A sixth Kentuckian is charged with participating in the US Capitol riots. Louisville Courier Journal, 25 January 2021.
  174. U.S. Seditionist Database

    Open list of arrested, wanted or known seditionists, insurrectionists, and terrorists who attempted to overthrow the government in response to the 2020 U.S. Presidential Election

  175. "Maryland man caught inside US Capitol building during riot fired". 
  176. California man accused of attacking D.C. police officer with stun gun on Jan. 6 by Rachel Weiner (April 1, 2021 at 10:00 a.m. PDT) The Washington Post.
  177. "Massachusetts man among those arrested during Trump-inspired storming of U.S. Capitol, officials say". 
  178. Charlie De Mar, Brad Rukstales Of Inverness, Arrested At U.S. Capitol Riot, Apologizes And Expresses Embarrassment. chicago.cbslocal.com, 8 January 2021.
  179. Tim Glaze, Texas Realtor who stormed Capitol responds to backlash: Jenna Ryan says she thinks business will grow to new heights following her participation in the riot at the Capitol. housingwire.com, 13 January 2021.
  180. Texas real estate broker who boasted about taking private jet to MAGA rally but denied storming Capitol is caught out by her OWN live stream by Lydia Catling (Published: 10:05 EST, 11 January 2021 | Updated: 15:49 EST, 11 January 2021) The Daily Mail.
  181. Former State Rep. Rick Saccone Resigns From Position At St. Vincent College After Posting Video From U.S. Capitol. pittsburgh.cbslocal.com, 9 January 2021.
  182. "Continued Fallout Over Locals In D.C. During Storming Of The Capitol". 
  183. Celine Castronuovo, Man accused of throwing fire extinguisher at police during Capitol riot arrested in Pennsylvania. The Hill, 14 January 2021.
  184. Michael Rubinkam and Claudia Lauer, Charges: Ex-firefighter threw extinguisher at Capitol Police. AP News, 14 January 2021.
  185. Capitol riot suspect bragged about using officers’ pepper spray against them, prosecutors say by Marisa Iati (Feb. 12, 2021 at 3:03 p.m. PST) The Washington Post.
  186. Arlington Proud Boy ‘Milkshake’ fought police at U.S. Capitol: Video shows Daniel Lyons Scott, 27, at the front lines of the January riot in Washington, D.C. by Caleb Hutton (January 31, 2021 9:00pm) Herald Net.
  187. Tom Dreisbach, [UCLA Student Charged In Capitol Riot Took Inspiration From Online Extremist]. NPR, 15 March 2021.
  188. 188.0 188.1 Delaware father, son arrested for involvement in Capitol riot by Jeff Neiburg & Xerxes Wilson (Published 12:51 p.m. ET Jan. 14, 2021; Updated 3:31 p.m. ET Jan. 14, 2021) Delaware News Journal.
  189. Man carrying Confederate flag inside the US Capitol during riot arrested, identified as Kevin Seefried by Evan Perez et al. (Updated 3:36 PM ET, Thu January 14, 2021) CNN.
  190. Buffalo man charged with stealing radio, badge from D.C. officer pulled into crowd during Capitol riot by Peter Hermann & Spencer S. Hsu (March 12, 2021 at 4:07 p.m. PST) The Washington Post.
  191. His pastors tried to steer him away from social media rage. He stormed the Capitol anyway. by Peter Manseau (Feb. 19, 2021 at 12:50 p.m. PST) The Washington Post.
  192. Elizabethtown man charged in connection with Capitol riot arrested (Jan 19, 2021 Updated Jan 19, 2021) WDRB.
  193. Arkansas man accused of beating officer with US flagpole Jan. 14, 2021 7:30 p.m.) AP via The San Francisco Chronicle.
  194. Pilar Melendez, Right-Wing Activist Banned From Airline for Not Wearing Mask Is Charged in Capitol Riots. The Daily Beast, 25 January 2021.
  195. Josh Gerstein, Stop the Steal organizer charged in Capitol riot. Politico, 25 January 2021.
  196. Fourth Montanan accused of participating in U.S. Capitol riot by Eric Jochim (Posted at 3:47 PM, Mar 08, 2021; last updated 4:16 PM, Mar 08, 2021) KTVQ.
  197. Cyrus Ombati, American national deported from Kenya over Capitol chaos, The Star 9 Mar. 2021
  198. Sara Tabin, Utah activist who allegedly rioted at U.S. Capitol has been arrested. Salt Lake Tribune, 14 January 2021.
  199. Is that a knife in Russ’s bulletproof vest? Looks pretty large, can’t imagine thats legal to carry in DC. And yeah, I see that Q button too. by @inminivanhell (9:47 PM · Jan 6, 2021) Twitter (archived from January 30, 2021).
  200. North Carolina ‘Proud Boy’ arrested in DC was a Marine who may have Cherry Point ties by Calvin Shomaker (Published 4:32 p.m. ET Jan. 8, 2021; Updated 12:48 p.m. ET Jan. 10, 2021) The Daily News, Jacksonville, North Carolina.
  201. A small town seethes after learning one of its own says he joined Capitol's mob by John Woodrow Cox et al. (Jan. 15, 2021 at 7:00 p.m. PST The Washington Post.
  202. Auburn man arrested after Capitol riot said he wasn't Antifa, contradicting claims by Alabama lawmaker by Alex Hosey (Jan 12, 2021) Opelika-Auburn News.
  203. Jamiel Lynch and Danielle Hackett, Florida firefighter is arrested after photo showed him pointing at a placard for Speaker Pelosi in US Capitol Building. CNN, 13 January 2021.
  204. Scott Neuman, FBI Seeking Woman Who May Have Stolen Laptop From Pelosi's Office. NPR, 18 January 2021.
  205. 205.0 205.1 205.2 Avowed Trump supporter arrested near Capitol for carrying gun; woman charged with impersonating police by Laura Meckler (Jan. 17, 2021 at 12:41 p.m. PST) The Washington Post.
  206. Va. man arrested at inauguration checkpoint says he was lost; didn’t mean to bring gun, ammunition to the District by Jessica Contrera et al. (Jan. 16, 2021 at 3:41 p.m. PST) The Washington Post.
  207. Khalida Volou, Woman impersonating cabinet member, man with unlawful handgun arrested near Capitol. wusa9.com, 17 January 2021.
  208. Occupy Wall Street activist turned Queens Trump supporter threatened to kill prominent Dems: feds by Morgan Chittum et al. (Jan 19, 2021 at 4:28 PM) New York Daily News.
  209. California man made pipe bombs, plotted attacks on Democrats to keep Trump in power, prosecutors allege by Matt Zapotosky & Shayna Jacobs (Jan. 27, 2021 at 3:15 p.m. PST) The Washington Post.