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Fashion student, retired firefighter charged over US Capitol riots

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Suzanne Ianni

He has been charged with several felony counts, including engaging in an act of physical violence and knowingly entering or remaining in any restricted building or grounds without lawful entry.

A petition was circulated in the Town of Natick to remove her as a Town Meeting Member.

Sahady, according to court documents, is the vice president of the group, while Ianni organized transportation for the group to the nation's capital.

According to court documents, SHFA made several social media posts about its plans to be in Washington, D.C., on January 6.

There have been photos posted on social media of Ianni inside the Capitol during the attack.

The photo and subsequent identification of Ianni and Sahady began through "public forums", court documents said.

Timothy Louis Hale-Cusanelli, 30, of Monmouth County, described as an "avowed white supremacist and Nazi sympathizer" in court papers, allegedly told other pro-Trump rioters to advance during the deadly January 6 insurgence, authorities said.

The arrests follow that on Monday of Nicolas Moncada, a Staten Island resident also accused of participating in the breach of the U.S. Capitol and bragging about it on social media.

Reffitt allegedly returned home from the riot and bragged that "we stormed the Capitol", then warned his family he'd shoot any of them who turned him in, his son told investigators.

United States officials said yesterday they had charged Chad Barrett Jones of Kentucky with assaulting a federal officer, destruction of government property and trespassing, among other charges.

"Look who took over the Capitol, over ran the Capitol", Crowl, clad in a tactical vest, combat fatigues, and a helmet with goggles perched on top of it.

At some point before stepping out of the hotel, she posted a since-deleted video to her Facebook page showing her speaking to the camera in front of a bathroom mirror.

A lawyer for Sahady declined to comment, while an attorney listed for Ianni didn't immediately return e-mails seeking comment.

Before Biden's inauguration ceremony, the federal authorities arrested a retired firefighter and a fashion student.

Ianni and Sahady were taken into custody without incident at their respective homes Tuesday morning, the Federal Bureau of Investigation said.

It wasn't immediately known if Schaffer, a central IN native who is a member of the band "Iced Earth", had a lawyer who could speak on his behalf and online federal court records Monday didn't yet list his case. A judge ordered her to appear in court again at the end of the month.

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