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The 36-year-old father, who stays home and has drugs, is arrested for stealing Nancy Pelosi's lectern


Adam Johnson, 36, was arrested by federal marshals in Florida on Friday and is currently in Pinellas County Jail, according to arrest records. The Parrish, Florida resident is pending indictment

The father, who stayed home and looted a photo and smiled as he ran off with a lectern, was arrested in Florida the day before the QAnon shaman was also arrested for his role in Wednesday's Capitol attack.

Adam Johnson, 36, was arrested by federal marshals in Florida on Friday and is currently in Pinellas County Jail, according to arrest records.

The Parrish, Florida resident has been charged with knowingly entering or remaining in a restricted building or property without legal authority, once stealing stolen state property, and once forcibly entering the Capitol and behaving in disorder .

Jacob Anthony Chansley, the 33-year-old heavily tattooed Trump supporter who wore horns, fur hat and face paint when he took the Senate podium, was also arrested Saturday.

He has been charged with knowingly entering or remaining in a restricted building or property without legal authority, as well as for violent entry and disorderly behavior for reasons of the Capitol.

According to court records, Chansley called the FBI branch in Washington and confirmed to an agent that "he was the man in the face-paint and the headdress to chair the Vice President of the Senate."

Chansley told the agent that he and other "patriots" had come from Arizona at the request of the president, and that all "patriots" should come to DC on January 6, the records say.

Jacob Anthony Chansley, the heavily tattooed Trump supporter who wore horns, fur hat and face paint when he took the Senate podium, was also arrested Saturday

Jacob Anthony Chansley, the heavily tattooed Trump supporter who wore horns, fur hat and face paint when he took the Senate podium, was also arrested Saturday

Often known as the QAnon shaman, Angeli became a staple in recent rallies on the right while wearing his signature clothing.

Angeli previously admitted that his belief in QAnon began after reading conspiracy theories on the internet

Angeli previously admitted that his belief in QAnon began after reading conspiracy theories on the internet

One of his tattoos is said to show the symbol of Wotanism, an acronym for "will of the Aryan nation".

Johnson, a Bradenton, Fla., Psychology graduate was toured the Capitol with Pelosi's lectern on Wednesday.

Johnson is a father who stays at home with five children. His wife is a doctor, according to The Bradenton Herald. He was previously faced with marijuana possession and parole violation, the newspaper reports.

Photos on his social media accounts, which have since been deleted, show him next to a sign reading "Closed for all tours" in the building.

Johnson, who was pictured with a lectern in the Capitol, appears to have removed his social media platforms after the siege.

Court documents show the FBI consulted with the speaker's staff to determine that the lectern was kept in the speaker's suite under a staircase to the third floor on the house side of the building.

The lectern was found on January 7th by a Senate employee in the red corridor of the Senate Wing in front of the Capitol rotunda. It's worth more than $ 1,000, according to the curator of the House of Representatives.

Johnson, who was pictured with a lectern in the Capitol, appears to have removed his social media platforms after the siege

Johnson, who was pictured with a lectern in the Capitol, appears to have removed his social media platforms after the siege

Photos on his social media accounts, which have since been deleted, show him next to a sign reading "Closed for all tours" in the building

Photos on his social media accounts, which have since been deleted, show him next to a sign reading "Closed for all tours" in the building

In addition to the two, a newly sworn delegate from West Virginia, the CEO of a data analytics firm in Chicago, and a man sentenced to eight years in prison for attempted murder are among the 16 people federally appointed after Wednesday's riot at the Capitol were charged.

The Justice Department named 13 people charged with the riot in a conference call on Friday, and West Virginia State House Republican member Derrick Evans, 35, was later charged.

Evans has been accused of knowingly entering or remaining in a restricted building or site without legal authority. and a count of violent entry and disorderly behavior on the Capitol Grounds. Evans was taken into custody Friday.

This includes a craftsman whose daughter claims to have been "radicalized" and a white supremacist who broke into Nancy Pelosi's office to sit at her desk.

Richard Barnett, 60, pictured himself putting his feet on her desk.

Pictures from his social media show him arriving in DC.

Pictures from his social media show him arriving in DC.

Johnson shared pictures of himself wearing MAGA hats and sinking beers when he wrote that he made it to DC on Tuesday - the day before the siege

Johnson shared pictures of himself wearing MAGA hats and sinking beers when he wrote that he made it to DC on Tuesday – the day before the siege

Barnett, who proudly described himself as a white nationalist on social media, has been charged with illegal entry. He was taken into custody at his home in Little Rock, Arkansas. It is unclear where he is now or whether he will be extradited, but he is in custody.

Among them was Michael Curzio of Summerfield, Florida, who served eight years in prison for attempted murder.

Curzio was released in February 2019.

Of the 13-11 men, two women – 10 are charged with entering a restricted public building and for violent entry and disorderly behavior on the Capitol grounds.

The 13 included Chicago CEO Brad Rukstales, who apologized for joining the mayhem.

He said it was "the worst decision of my life".

Brad Rukstales, a CEO, was federally accused of storming the Capitol on Wednesday

Brad Rukstales, a CEO, was federally accused of storming the Capitol on Wednesday

Rukstales heads Chicago-based data analytics company Cogensia

Rukstales heads Chicago-based data analytics company Cogensia

Douglas Sweet of Hudgins, Virginia, was held in prison for eight hours and then released.

He told WKTR he went to Washington because Trump asked all the patriots to show up, so I did.

He said, “I did not commit malice or intent on the malice of those who committed the fighting – the tear gas and just, you know, thrown things at the police.

"That wasn't in my schedule at all."

When asked if he regretted being involved in a riot that killed four people, Sweet said, "We have a reaction from our actions."

Sweet also attended the violent white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia in 2017, his daughter Robyn Sweet told BuzzFeed News on Thursday.

Robyn said her father disowned her for fighting racism and bigotry while he was "radicalized" by underground conspiratorial websites and groups.

"I'm totally ashamed and disgusted with him," said Robyn of her father's actions in the Capitol.

Cleveland Meredith, who is charged with threats against Nancy Pelosi, is among the defendants; Lonnie Coffman of Alabama, charged with gun and explosives offenses, and Christopher Alberts, of Maryland, accused of carrying a gun in the Capitol.

Evans, the politician, broadcast his attendance on a live Facebook video he recorded of himself walking into the Capitol during the riots shouting, “We're in! Were in! Derrick Evans is in the Capitol! & # 39;

Douglas Sweet, when asked if he regretted being there, replied, "There is a reaction from our actions."

Douglas Sweet, when asked if he regretted being there, replied, "There is a reaction from our actions."

West Evans delegate Derrick Evans has been charged by the federal government for his role in the riot

West Evans delegate Derrick Evans has been charged by the federal government for his role in the riot

West Evans delegate Derrick Evans was arrested at his West Virginia home on Friday. It is related to the Capitol uprising on Wednesday facing two federal charges

West Evans delegate Derrick Evans was arrested at his West Virginia home on Friday. It is related to the Capitol uprising on Wednesday facing two federal charges

A woman who claimed to be Evans' grandmother thanked Trump for inciting the uprising

A woman who claimed to be Evans' grandmother thanked Trump for inciting the uprising

Republican State of West Virginia, Del. Derrick Evans, leaves the US Courthouse and the Federal Building of Sidney L. Christie after he was charged on Friday

Republican State of West Virginia, Del. Derrick Evans, leaves the US Courthouse and the Federal Building of Sidney L. Christie after he was charged on Friday

The news broadcaster's affidavit states that during the live video, Evans can also sing to people in the doorway and in front of the crowd of rioters who say, “Get moving! Move! Movement! & # 39;

FBI agents arrived at Evans home in Prichard, West Virginia, on Friday afternoon and arrested him.

When Evans in a Tolsia Rebels High School tracksuit was taken to a car and driven away by authorities, a woman came out of the house and told the WSAZ she was his grandmother.

She said, "He's a good man," referring to Evans.

"And thank you, Mr. Trump, for causing a riot in the White House," she added.

Evans was taken to a federal court in Huntington, West Virginia for a hearing Friday and was released on personal deed. Evans is on trial in the US District Court for the District of Columbia, according to WV Metro News.

West Virginia Del. Derrick Evans filmed himself entering the Capitol Building

Evans

West Virginia Del. Derrick Evans filmed himself entering the Capitol Building (left). Evans is also pictured at right

The federal affidavit against Evans found that prior to the riots on Wednesday, Evans had a meme that said, "A storm is coming and there is nothing the left can do to stop it!" on his Facebook page on New Years Eve.

On December 30, 2020, Evans reportedly also posted a meme with a picture of President Trump and the statement: "Take America back. To be there. Be wild. D. C., January 6, 2021. & # 39;

Richard Barnett, 60, was charged with illegal entry

Richard Barnett, 60, was charged with illegal entry

In the video, according to the affidavit, Evans could be heard telling other rioters not to destroy anything, the WSAZ reported.

On Wednesday, following the uprising, Evans posted a statement on his Facebook page entitled, "I want to assure you all that I have not had any negative interactions with law enforcement, nor have I been involved in any destruction that may have taken place . "

West Virginia Governor Jim Justice has said Evans should step down from his delegate position.

Evans' attorney has said Evans will not do so in a statement Thursday.

The charge of entering a restricted government building is a criminal offense that can result in fines. However, the penalty could increase. "The offense results in serious bodily harm," according to WV Metro News.

The second charge against Evans is also a misdemeanor and could result in six months' imprisonment if convicted.

The DoJ said after a call with reporters on Friday afternoon that 13 people had been charged, including Barnett, who had also left a threatening note on Pelosi's desk on Wednesday.

Coffman was also arrested after police found his red GMC pickup near the RNC – where a pipe bomb was left. He was not charged with the pipe bomb, but police found two handguns, 11 Molotov cocktails and an M4 carbine assault rifle in his vehicle.

He was accused of possessing an unregistered firearm (destructive device) and of carrying an unlicensed pistol.

Officials on Friday called what he made "homemade napalm" and said the Molotov cocktails

The MAGA rioter who put his feet on Nancy Pelosi's desk was arrested along with a man who brought 11 Molotov cocktails, two handguns and an assault rifle to the Capitol on Wednesday

The MAGA rioter who put his feet on Nancy Pelosi's desk was arrested along with a man who brought 11 Molotov cocktails, two handguns and an assault rifle to the Capitol on Wednesday

In total, more than 80 people have been arrested and 55 are being prosecuted on federal charges, officials said in the appeal.

THE EXCITEMENT AND THEIR FEDERAL FEES

Adam Johnson – Entry into a restricted building, force entry and a number of thefts

Jacob Anthony Chansley – Entering a dormant building, forced entry

Cleveland Meredith – interstate threats against Nancy Pelosi

Richard Barnett – Burglary of Pelosi's office

Lonnie Coffman – Having an unregistered firearm and carrying it without a license. He had 11 Molotov cocktails in his truck.

Mark Leffingwell – Enter a restricted building and hit a police officer

Christopher Alberts – Carrying a 9mm weapon

Joshua Pruitt – Entering a restricted building

Matthew Council – Entering a restricted building, disorderly behavior

Cindy Fitchett – Entering a restricted building, disorderly behavior, force entry

Michael Curzio – Entering a restricted building, disorderly behavior

Douglas Sweet – Entering a restricted building, disorderly behavior

Bradley Ruskelas – Entering a restricted building, disorderly behavior

Terry Brown – Entering a restricted building, disorderly behavior

Thomas Gallagher – Entering a restricted building, disorderly behavior

Derrick Evans – Entering a restricted public building and violent entry and disorderly behavior on the Capitol grounds

Dozens more remain vacant, and the FBI is scrambling to catch them with public shouts for help and rewards for information after law enforcement officials made catastrophic attempts to control the crowd on Wednesday.

Their failure to arrest the rioters – many of whom had guns and overwhelmed them – has outraged millions of Americans who have compared the gentle touch to the police's crackdown on BLM protesters that summer.

Police found Coffman's vehicle and searched it after securing a perimeter around DNC and RNC where two pipe bombs had been left.

The bomb squad had been called in to help.

During a search of the area, they found Coffman's van.

& # 39; A black pistol was recovered from the right passenger seat of the vehicle.

After finding the black pistol, officers searched the rest of the pickup truck, including the truck bed, which was tied under a cloth lid.

"During the search of the truck's driver's cab, the officers recovered, among other things, an M4 carbine assault rifle and rifle magazines loaded with ammunition," says the affidavit supporting his arrest.

Coffman was arrested after approaching a police friend in the car and asking if he could regain access to his vehicle.

He asked her, "Did you find the bombs?" What the police thought was a reference to the materials in his car but he says was a reference to those left outside the DNC and RNC.

The officer who is accused of beating Leffingwell signed his affidavit.

In it he describes how he attacked him in the Capitol.

During this effort, and while I was in the Capitol, I met a grown man who later identified himself as Mark Jefferson Leffingwell.

Leffingwell tried to push past me and other officers.

When he was prevented from entering the building, Leffingwell hit me repeatedly with a closed fist.

I was punched in the helmet I was wearing and in the chest.

By working with other officials, I was able to gain control of Leffingwell, who tried to fight while he was in detention.

"I took Leffingwell to the United States Capitol Police Headquarters for processing," wrote officer Daniel Amendola.

Another officer described seeing a "bulge" in Christopher Alberts' pocket, which he recognized as a pistol at 7:25 pm, more than an hour after the curfew was in effect.

As I pushed Alberts towards the line, I tapped the bulge with my baton and felt a hard object that I immediately recognized as a firearm. At the time, Alberts was also wearing a bulletproof vest and backpack, ”wrote officer Dallan Haynes.

The DoJ said on a Friday afternoon call with reporters that 13 people had been charged, including Richard Barnett, 60

Police also arrested 70-year-old Lonnie Coffman, whose car was found near the RNC where a pipe bomb was left. It is unclear whether this is Coffman. The FBI posted this picture on Thursday to track the pipe bomber. Coffman had 11 Molotov cocktails, an assault rifle, and two small arms

The DoJ said on a Friday afternoon call with reporters that 13 people had been charged, including Richard Barnett, 60

Pruitt was among a group of people who refused to leave the Capitol after the 6 p.m. curfew. The council was part of the group that pushed down a barricade to get into the building.

Cindy Fitchett, Terry Brown and Thomas Gallagher are also charged in the same complaint for refusing to leave.

So far, no one has been arrested in connection with the death of Capitol police officer Brian Sicknick, 42, who died in hospital after allegedly being hit in the head with a fire extinguisher.

'This is an ongoing investigation that we are working with our partners to determine what has happened in this situation.

"We're 100 percent involved and come to these answers," said Steven D & # 39; antuono, ADIC for the FBI's Washington Field Office.

Metro North employee Will Pepe, 31, was recognized by both colleagues and management from a photo distributed by law enforcement agencies. He has since been suspended from the MTA

Metro North employee Will Pepe, 31, was recognized by both colleagues and management from a photo distributed by law enforcement agencies. He has since been suspended from the MTA

Sicknick was a Trump fan himself, who posted on social media about his support for the president.

A New York transport worker who called in sick to join the mob has been suspended from his job at MTA Metro-North.

Will Pepe, who worked at the Brewster train station in Metro-North, New York State, is currently under investigation by the FBI, who are investigating his role during the rally.

Pepe, 31, of Beacon, New York, had been with the MTA for seven years and made $ 74,000 a year. However, he decided to call in sick to go to the event, which in itself is a "misuse of sick leave".

He has now been suspended as the agency plans to fire him in the coming days.

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