Federal prosecutors in Milwaukee say they will charge anyone they can identify as from Wisconsin from the pictures of the chaos at the U.S. Capitol earlier this week.
U.S. Attorney Mathew Krueger yesterday said his office will prosecute federal offenses related to civil unrest to the fullest extent possible. He says anyone who traveled from Wisconsin to Washington, D.C. who took part in the chaos could face charges.
Washington, D.C. Police are offering a thousand dollar reward for anyone who can identify people from the pictures at the Capitol.
In other updates from the Hill, The Capitol Police chief is stepping down, hours after protesters took over the building. NBC’s Tom Costello.
Steven Sund’s last day will be the 16th. He’s been criticized for a lack of security and planning amid calls for his resignation. Sund said today they didn’t expect President Trump’s supporters to get past police barricades. A new fence is now being installed around the Capitol and will be up for at least 30 days.