A California man was arrested for his role in the Capitol Uprising on January 6 and faces multiple charges, including alleged attacks on police.
According to the Los Angeles Times, 38-year-old Daniel Rodriguez (Daniel Rodriguez) was arrested by FBI agents on Wednesday and charged with assaulting officers, stealing government property and six other counts.
According to CNN, he has not yet filed a defense, and the Times’ attempts to contact his lawyer were unsuccessful.
A law enforcement official told CNN that Rodriguez was one of the people involved in the attack on Capitol Police Michael Vanne. Michael Vanne told CNN in an interview that he heard the mob urge others to steal Vanne’s gun and Kill him during the murder. In the January 6th attack, Fanone fought back and told the mob that he had a family.
Rodriguez is still in prison awaiting the bond hearing on Thursday. New York man Thomas Sibick also faces charges related to the attack on Fanone.
The FBI arrested hundreds of people for the January 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol and charged dozens of crimes related to the attack on the Capitol police and other officials of the response agency.
Union officials said dozens of military officers were injured in the attack on the Capitol. They said that at least one injured officer was blinded and one officer was killed during the riot. In the days and weeks after the siege, two other police officers committed suicide.
The head of the FBI’s Washington, DC field office said in early March: “We are grateful to the public who have provided immense help in these investigations.” “We know that reporting information about family, friends, or colleagues can be a difficult decision, but This is the right approach, and the FBI still needs your help to identify these suspects.”