Milwaukee, Wisconsin 2022-06-09 21:06:13 –
The number of people from Wisconsin charged in connection with the January 6 capital riots has increased by two in recent months, and eight men are currently being charged.
One of the recent arrests was a man from Green Bay who admitted to beating a police officer during the attack. Riley Kasper, a Green Bay peasant, was arrested by a federal agent on March 17, 2022. Kasper admitted in a text message that he had attacked police officers during a riot in the capital on January 6.
Kasper faces the most serious crimes, including assault of police officers using murder weapons, killing or entering restricted buildings with dangerous weapons, and physical violence in the Capitol.
The second most recent arrest was Plover’s Conlin Weyer. Weyer is responsible for access to restricted buildings, chaotic behavior in restricted buildings, chaotic behavior in the Capitol, and parades, demonstrations, or picketing in the Capitol. All five other Wisconsin men have previously acknowledged their role in the Capitol attack.
Joshua Mann of Melrose, Wisconsin has pleaed his guilty plea, but is awaiting his decision. Kevin Loftus of Eau Claire has pleaded guilty to a parade, demonstration, or picketing in the Capitol building. Abram Markovsky of Lacrosse has pleaded guilty to parades, demonstrations, or picketing in the Capitol building. Markovsky’s friend Brandon Nelson from Middleton also pleaded guilty to the same charges of parade, demonstration, or picketing in the Capitol building.
So far, the only person who always serves for their rates is West Alice’s David Mish Jr. He pleaded guilty to parades, demonstrations, or picketing in the Capitol building.