A Pennsylvania girl married to a member of an FBI job power has been charged within the Capitol riot.
Jennifer Heinl, 55, of Ross Township was arrested Thursday and charged with a number of federal crimes, together with violent entry and disorderly conduct.
Heinl pleaded along with his spouse not to travel to Washington for the rally, Frank instructed the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. “His wife was a part of that situation,” Frank stated. “He didn’t condone it.”
Frank described Heinl as a “thorough, hardworking detective” who has been with the division for 30 years.
Jennifer Heinl’s legal professional Marty Dietz instructed WPXI: “I’ve known Jennie Heinl a long time, and she’s not a criminal. She’s deeply embarrassed.”
Heinl was launched after a listening to Thursday on $10,000 bond. The choose famous that her husband agreed to maintain his service weapon locked up outside their home.
Heinl insisted in an interview with the FBI after the riot that she didn’t enter the Capitol on Jan. 6, when supporters of then-President Donald Trump tried to disrupt certification of Joe Biden’s election win, in keeping with officers. But she was captured on video surveillance within the Rotunda and at different areas with Bridgeville QAnon disciple Kenneth Grayson (who wore a “Q” on his sweatshirt), in keeping with an FBI affidavit accompanying the legal criticism in opposition to Heinl. Grayson was arrested and charged Tuesday with a number of offenses within the Capitol riot.
Several pictures and video, together with a live stream on Grayson’s own Facebook page, present Grayson storming the Capitol, in keeping with the affidavit. The FBI additionally discovered Facebook messages he despatched Heinl — and to buddies boasting concerning the assault, the affidavit famous.
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