Officials say two people were charged in federal court Sunday with carrying zip-tie restrictions when President Donald Trump supporters violated U.S. Capitol.
The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia identified Larry Randell Brock of Texas and Eric Kavelek Muncell of Tennessee.
The Office said in a statement that Brock and Muncell were charged with one count of entering or remaining without legal authority in any prohibited building or grounds and one count of violent entry into the Capitol grounds and disorderly conduct.
Men who were Identified by University of Toronto researchers, Were found inside the building with restraint, officials said.
Brock was wearing a tactical suit and green helmet, and in the report, Muncell appeared to be carrying an unidentified item in a holster and a cellphone on his chest.
It was not immediately clear Sunday whether they had lawyers. Prison records show a case was filed against Muncell Sunday afternoon and was conducted by the Davidson County Sheriff’s Office in Nashville, Tennessee.
It is not clear where Brock is being held. In An interview with The New Yorker, He described himself as a decorated Air Force veteran who retired from the military in 2014 and began working for Texas-based Hillwood Airways, which describes itself as a luxury private airline for high-end corporate clients.
The Air Force did not immediately respond to a request for comment on Sunday. Hillwood spokesman James Fuller said Brock would no longer work for the company. He declined to provide further details.
Brock, who spoke to The New Yorker, admitted to entering the building and said he had gone to Washington to protest peacefully. The press release said he echoed Trump’s unsubstantiated allegations of election fraud.
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Brock and Muncell were among the dozens of people the FBI was searching for after the intrusion on Wednesday, in which five people, including a police officer, were killed.
A West Virginia legislator, a Arizona Queen supporter, is photographed carrying a 6-foot spear, and a Florida man with a speaker of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.