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The MAGA rioters who have been caught so far


Less than 100 people are believed to have been arrested in connection with the MAGA riot on Wednesday, and police are now trying to catch up with the many who escaped thanks to the outnumbered Capitol Police and let them all run free from the scene .

About 85 people were arrested and 55 in total were indicted in different jurisdictions, but many of the charges were not made public.

The Capitol Police, the FBI, the DC Metropolitan Police, and the Department of Justice all support them. The Army Secretary announced on Sunday that 25 domestic terrorism cases had been opened.

Due to the size of the operation, hundreds of agents and police officers are used to track down the rioters who escaped.

It is described as an "unprecedented" effort that was hampered from the start because the vast majority of the rioters were able to leave Washington DC last week without being arrested and have now returned to their various home states across the country.

On Friday, the Justice Department released information on 13 of the people they had previously charged.

Since then, some of the more prolific culprits – like QAnon shaman Jake Angeli, who stormed the Capitol in a horned fur hat – and father Adam Johnson, 36, who stole Nancy Pelosi's lectern, have also been taken into custody.

Several others have been named as people of interest, but they have not yet been tracked, including a man who is reportedly in hiding after being linked to the riot. At least two police officers are also suspected of being involved in the riot, including an NYPD officer. It is almost impossible that the many thousands who stormed the Capitol could all be captured.

Those arrested and charged are prosecuted for a range of criminal offenses, including illegal entry, gun possession, assault and threats.

Nobody has been charged with murder. Four rioters died in the chaos, as did a police officer who collapsed after allegedly being hit over the head with a fire extinguisher. A second police officer killed himself days later.

Among those arrested or linked to the riot to date are:

Richard Barnett, 60, who put his feet on Nancy Pelosi's desk

Barnett was charged with breaking into Pelosi's office.

The self-proclaimed white nationalist bragged about it afterwards. He even left a threatening note on Pelosi's desk that said, "We won't back down."

Barnett, 60, abandoned the Capitol. He was eventually arrested in Little Rock, Arkansas, which is where he is from.

Ichard Barnett, 60, who put his feet on Nancy Pelosi's desk. knowingly enter or remain in a restricted building or site without legal authority; forced entry and disorderly behavior for Capitol reasons; and theft of public funds, property, or records. If convicted, he faces a maximum sentence of one year in prison

Richard Barnett, 60, who put his feet on Nancy Pelosi's desk. knowingly enter or remain in a restricted building or site without legal authority; forced entry and disorderly behavior for Capitol reasons; and theft of public funds, property, or records. If convicted, he faces a maximum sentence of one year in prison

He has been charged with knowingly entering or staying in a restricted building or site without legal authority. forced entry and disorderly behavior for Capitol reasons; and theft of public funds, property, or records.

If convicted, he faces a maximum sentence of one year in prison.

Jake Angeli Chansley aka QAnon Shaman, 33, who lived with his mother at home

Jacob Angeli Chansley was arrested on Saturday in connection with the riot.

Jacob Angeli Chansley was arrested on Saturday in connection with the riot. His mug shot was not released

Jacob Angeli Chansley was arrested on Saturday in connection with the riot. His mug shot was not released

He was one of the outstanding representatives of the uprising because of his unusual outfit.

He has been charged with knowingly entering or remaining in a restricted building or site without legal authority, and on one occasion of forced entry and disorderly behavior on the grounds of the Capitol.

DailyMail.com tracked Chansley down at his mother's home in Arizona last week.

He was photographed without his riot gear over the weekend.

The 33-year-old has no job and, neighbors say, is often seen wandering the streets in his horned shaman robe near her $ 199,000 Glendale home.

Another neighbor, who did not want to be named, said he often saw Chansley dancing on the roof of his mother's house – and described it as "bizarre".

Proud boy leader smoking a selfie in the Capitol

The proud leader of the boys, Nicholas Ochs, who shared a picture of himself smoking at the Capitol last week, was arrested in Hawaii

The proud leader of the boys, Nicholas Ochs, who shared a picture of himself smoking at the Capitol last week, was arrested in Hawaii

Nicholas R. Ochs was arrested in Hawaii. He claimed that he took part in the MAGA raid as a "professional journalist".

Shortly after supporters of President Donald Trump stormed the Capitol on Wednesday, Ochs shared the photo of himself with another man.

"Hello from the capital, lol," says the headline.

Ochs was arrested Thursday evening after landing at Daniel K. Inouye International Airport in Honolulu.

Before he was arrested, he bragged about the break-in on CNN: "We didn't have to break in, I just went in and filmed.

“There were thousands of people there – they had no control over the situation.

"I was not stopped or questioned."

On Friday, the Justice Department overturned a criminal complaint against Ochs and charged him with illegally entering locked buildings or properties.

His first appearance will be in federal court in Honolulu. A lawyer for Ochs could not be identified.

According to court records, the government will request his move to the District of Columbia to meet these charges.

Adam Johnson, 36, father who stayed home and took 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. 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.

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

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

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

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.

Unhinged retired Texas police officer who put zip ties on the Senate floor

Retired Lt. Col. Larry Rendall Brock Jr., 53

Retired Lt. Col. Larry Rendall Brock Jr., 53

Retired Lt. Col. Larry Rendall Brock Jr., 53, was among the violent crowd of Trump supporters who stormed the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday in a riot that killed five, including a police officer.

The father of three, who now lives in Dallas, was pictured in the Senate Wednesday after the group broke barricades, pushed back law enforcement and sent lawmakers on the run for security reasons.

Pictures show him in a combat helmet, body armor, and a vinyl label with the Punisher skull – a symbol adopted by white supremacists and believers in the conspiracy theory QAnon.

He was wearing zippered handcuffs and appeared to be speaking to other rioters, some of whom wore MAGA hats.

According to the Justice Department, he was arrested on Sunday in Texas and charged with knowingly entering a restricted building without legal authority.

Brock's family members and a former Air Force comrade have painted a worrying picture of the veteran – a man who has become increasingly radical in recent years and influenced by white supremacy.

“Torch gave Trump everything. He was focused on the world of alternative news sources, ”Leake said.

“He actually believes that Liberals and Democrats pose a threat to the country.

"You can see the logical conclusion that we have to take over," said a former colleague.

Doug Jensen, 41, led a mob that attacked police officer Eugene Goodman

Jensen, of Des Moines, Iowa, was filmed leading the mob that chased officer Eugene Goodman up a flight of stairs at the Capitol.

He was detained in Polk County Jail early Saturday on five federal charges, including trespassing and conduct disorders, according to press releases from the FBI's Omaha, Nebraska branch and the county sheriff's office.

Sgt. Ryan Evans, of the county sheriff's office, said Jensen is being held untied and he does not know if he has a lawyer.

Doug Jensen was arrested Saturday after leading the mob against Eugene Goodman

He was detained at Polk County Jail early Saturday on five federal charges, including trespassing and conduct disorders, according to press releases from the FBI field office in Omaha, Nebraska, and the county sheriff's office.

Doug Jensen was arrested Saturday after leading the mob against Eugene Goodman. He was detained at Polk County Jail early Saturday on five federal charges, including trespassing and conduct disorders, according to press releases from the FBI field office in Omaha, Nebraska, and the county sheriff's office.

In a seven-second explosively laced TikTok video posted on Thursday under the username @dougjensen, a man who appears to be Jensen suggests and says he was a "figurehead" for what happened in conclusion: “Don't believe the news. & # 39;

The video, posted online during the Capitol storm on Wednesday, showed a man who appears to be Jensen, who is white, chasing a black officer up an interior staircase. A lot of people follow a few steps behind.

In several places the officer says "Come back" in vain.

The riots have raised serious questions about the security of the Capitol and the treatment of the mostly white mob, compared to the often aggressive tactics used in protests against the police killing or shooting of blacks last year.

Bradley Rukstales, CEO of Suburban Tech Company in Chicago

Brad Rukstales heads the Chicago-based data analytics company Cogensia

Brad Rukstales heads the Chicago-based data analytics company Cogensia

Rukstales apologized heavily after being indicted by the Justice Department along with 12 others on a comprehensive indictment.

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

He was fired from the company he worked for – Consegnia – which said his actions were inconsistent with their stance as a company.

'This decision was made because the actions of Rukstales were inconsistent with the core values ​​of Cogensia. Cogensia condemns what happened in the US Capitol on Wednesday and we intend to continue to respect the values ​​of integrity, diversity and transparency in our business operations and to expect all employees to also respect these values, ”said Joel Schiltz, who was promoted from Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer to Acting CEO after Rukstales was fired.

Virginia Trump fan who also attended Charlottesville in 2017

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, "Our actions have a reaction."

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.

West Virginia delegate who filmed himself at the Capitol

West Virginia delegate Derrick 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. He was shown walking out of court in a gray tracksuit.

West Evans delegate Derrick Evans was charged on Friday. He is shown live from the uprising on a Facebook page on the left and when leaving the court on the right

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

West Evans delegate Derrick Evans was charged on Friday. He is shown live from the uprising on a Facebook page on the left and when leaving the court on the right

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

He was among the defendants on Friday.

Nashville bartender who brought zip ties pictured in the Senate Chamber to the Senate on Wednesday dressed in military style clothes that went with his MOTHER

Eric Munchel has been named as the man pictured with a bunch of flex cuffs. He told The Times of London that both he and his mother wore bulletproof vests.

"We wanted to show that we are ready to stand up, band together and fight if necessary." Just like our ancestors who founded this country in 1776. It was a kind of muscle game. & # 39;

Munchel, 30, has been accused of knowingly entering or staying in a restricted building or site without legal authority, and on one occasion for violent entry and disorderly behavior on the Capitol site.

It carries a one-year prison sentence.

Eric Munchel has been named as the man pictured with a bunch of flex cuffs

Eric Munchel

Eric Munchel has been named as the man pictured with a bunch of flex cuffs. He has been charged with knowingly entering or staying in a restricted building or site without legal authority, and on one occasion of forced entry and disorderly behavior on the grounds of the Capitol

Michael Curzio

Accused of entering a restricted building and disorderly behavior

NOT PICTURE, BUT LOADED

Lonnie Coffman, 70

Possessing an unregistered firearm and carrying it without a license. He had 11 Molotov cocktails in his truck.

Mark Leffingwell

Accused of entering a restricted building and beating a police officer

Christopher Alberts

Accused of carrying a 9mm pistol in the riot

Joshua Pruitt

Loaded with Entering a restricted building

Matthew Council

Charged with eRestricted building and disorderly behavior

Cindy Fitchett

Accused of entering a restricted building, disorderly conduct, and forceful entry

Terry Brown

Charged with entering a restricted building and disorderly behavior

Thomas Gallagher

Accused of entering a restricted building and disorderly behavior

Not charged, but connected with the unrest

Virginia Welder wearing Camp Auschwitz sweaters

Robert Keith Packer, the Virginia welder, wears an anti-Semitic sweater

Robert Keith Packer, the Virginia welder, wears an anti-Semitic sweater

Robert Keith Packer is one of the most despised members of the mob.

He wore a sweater with the words Camp Auschwitz and "Work brings freedom", a well-known translation of a National Socialist German sentence about prisoners in concentration camps.

Amazingly, although he was identified by the public yesterday, he has not yet been arrested.

His neighbors in Virginia told CNN he was a well-known extremist with a long criminal record.

"He's always been extreme and very vocal about his beliefs," the source said.

His criminal record contains a forgery conviction.

It is unclear why he has not yet been arrested.

Stop the steal organizer now "hidden"

Ali Alexander is in hiding and suspended his Twitter account after being linked to the riot on Wednesday

Ali Alexander is in hiding and suspended his Twitter account after being linked to the riot on Wednesday

The Daily Beast reports that Ali Alexander is in hiding and his Twitter account has been banned after he was linked to the riot on Wednesday.

The Beast reports that on December 19, he said his group was "not yet" violent.

"One of our state organizers said," We're nice patriots, we don't throw stones. "

I leaned forward and said, "Not yet. Not yet!" Haven't you read about a little tar and feathers? They were second degree burns! & # 39;

He is a convicted felon who previously admitted property theft and credit card fraud in 2007 and 2008.

He had previously tweeted that Vice President-elect Kamala Harris was "not American Black".

The post was retweeted by Donald Trump Jr.

As of Monday morning, he had not been named by any law enforcement agency as one of the people charged in connection with the riot last week.

MTA employee suspended after being recognized by his boss

Metro North employee Will Pepe, 31, has been suspended by his boss

Metro North employee Will Pepe, 31, has been suspended by his boss

Will Pepe, who worked at Brewster Station in Metro-North, New York, 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.

"As of now, this person has been suspended from Metro-North without pay and will be disciplined pending an investigation under their collective agreement," MTA spokesman Ken Lovett said in a statement.

"This supposed behavior is abhorrent and contrary to the values ​​of Metro-North, New York and the nation."

"We were unaware of this person's participation in the events of that day and are disappointed that anyone would participate in this type of behavior," said Dean Davita, a representative for Local 30 of the International Union of Operating Engineers.

Rocky Mount Police Sgt. T.J. Robertson and Officer Jacob Fracker were pictured in front of a statue of John Stark.

Rocky Mount Police Sgt. T.J. Robertson and Officer Jacob Fracker were pictured in front of a statue of John Stark.

Cops, including one from NYPD, two off duty officers from North Carolina who posed for a Facebook photo at the Capitol but said they didn't do anything wrong

An unidentified NYPD police officer has been linked to the riot.

"There is an investigation underway on a member," Commissioner Demot Shea told NY1 on Monday morning.

"A name has not been released yet as we don't know if it is true or not. But I can tell you that anyone who commits crimes is sure to have a very short shelf life with the NYPD."

Rocky Mount Police Sgt. T.J. Robertson and Officer Jacob Fracker were pictured in front of a statue of John Stark.

The picture was shared on Facebook over the weekend, then Fracker defended it in a post that has now been deleted.

The two were off duty and said they did not engage in violent activities.

The police they work for contacted the FBI.

It is unclear whether either faced disciplinary action.