NEW CASTLE, Pa. — Two folks from New Citadel have been charged Friday in reference to the violence on the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6.
Philip Vogel, II., and Debra Maimone are going through a number of fees, together with theft of property and violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds.
Vogel and Maimone are additionally the homeowners of Vera Common Contracting and Cleansing Companies, a McKees Rocks contracting firm.
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In keeping with the FBI, Maimone posted a video on the social media website Parler. The video, the FBI stated, was taken by Vogel and exhibits Maimone contained in the Capitol crypt.
It additionally exhibits Maimone’s face as she eliminated her American flag masks and stated, “It’s superb.” Vogel, who couldn’t be seen on digicam, could be heard telling Maimone: “Put your masks on. I don’t need them to see you,” based on courtroom paperwork.
Surveillance video from contained in the Capitol exhibits the pair collectively “pushing by means of regulation enforcement,” based on courtroom paperwork.
The pair may have their first courtroom look later Friday.
As we speak’s arrests come a day after a Ross Township girl was arrested for allegedly taking part in the violence at the Capitol in January.
Jennifer Marie Heinl is going through a number of federal fees together with violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds and parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol constructing.
In keeping with courtroom paperwork, Heinl is affiliated with Kenneth Grayson, the Bridgeville man who is also facing charges.