The FBI arrested Robert Packer, who wore a “Camp Auschwitz” shirt, in Newport Information. Douglas Candy and Cindy Fitchett of Mathews County additionally face federal costs.
NEWPORT NEWS, Va. — A person who was photographed carrying a hoodie that includes the phrases “Camp Auschwitz” on the U.S. Capitol riot on Jan. 6 was amongst three individuals arrested within the Hampton Roads space on federal costs associated to the siege.
Members of the Norfolk FBI Joint Terrorism Activity Drive took Robert Keith Packer, 56, into custody Wednesday morning in Newport Information.
Packer was on the Capitol throughout the riot that impeded Congressional proceedings to certify Electoral Faculty votes and formally acknowledge Joe Biden because the winner of the 2020 presidential election.
FBI spokeswoman Christina Pullen mentioned that members of the duty drive additionally arrested Douglas Allen Candy of Matthews County. They took him into custody in Grimstead Wednesday morning.
Pullen mentioned Cindy Fitchett, 59, of Cobbs Creek in Mathews County turned herself into the FBI Tuesday.
An arrest warrant filed in U.S. District Court docket for the District of Columbia states that Packer was charged with knowingly getting into or remaining in any restricted constructing or grounds with out lawful authority and violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds.
Packer appeared in Norfolk Federal Court docket Wednesday afternoon.
A choose determined Packer could possibly be launched from Western Tidewater Regional Jail after Packer signed bond paperwork, though he was not required to pay bond. Packer was given two days to signal the paperwork.
As a situation of his launch, Packer might want to keep out of Washington. He’s scheduled to look in courtroom there just about on January 19.
Pullen mentioned Candy was booked at Western Tidewater Regional Jail, however he wasn’t held.
Fitchett remained within the custody of the jail Wednesday afternoon.