US authorities continued to round up some of the most prominent suspects in the Capitol riot on Saturday, with the arrests of the so-called QAnon shaman and a man seen carrying Nancy Pelosi’s lectern away from the House of Representatives.
The detentions followed reports of arrests of others involved in the riot which Donald Trump incited on Wednesday.
On Friday, the Department of Justice (DoJ) announced charges against a man accused of bringing guns and molotov cocktails to Washington. Another was reported to have had an assault rifle and ammunition and told friends he planned to shoot Pelosi, the House speaker, or run her over.
In a Saturday lunchtime statement, the US attorney’s office for District of Columbia announced the arrest and charging of three suspects, among them Jacob Anthony Chansley of Arizona, who also goes by
‘Tis the season … for porch pirates and package thiefs.
Police in Hoboken and Bayonne announced that three people were arrested in separate incidents this month, including one with a bag overflowing with other people’s deliveries.
In Hoboken, Brian Jimenez was charged with two counts of theft and two counts of receiving stolen property after his arrest in the area of Ninth Street and Park Avenue, Sgt. Jonathan Mecka said.
Detective Arturo Gonzalez was off-duty when he saw Jimenez opening parcel packages, taking the contents and discarding the boxes, Mecka said. Gonzalez continued to watch as Jimenez place the contents into a bag that was already filled to the top.
Gonzalez called for backup and when police detained Jimenez, his bag contained multiple stolen packages belonging to different Hoboken residents. Jimenez was processed and released on a summons to appear in court.
In Bayonne, police utilized “dummy” packages equipped with
A video showing Florida police officers raiding the home of an ousted state coronavirus data scientist has gone viral on social media, amassing almost six million views.
On Monday the Florida Department of Law Enforcement executed a search warrant at the Tallahassee home of Rebekah Jones, who was fired by the state’s Department of Health in May.
Jones posted a 30-second clip on Twitter, taken from a camera inside her home, that showed the tense moments after she opened the door to an officer at around 8.30 a.m.
She is seen with her
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