Las Vegas, Nevada 2021-01-14 11:24:29 –
According to ABC News and the Wall Street Journal, retired Pennsylvania firefighters federal after Trump supporters rioted in the U.S. Capitol on January 6 and threw fire extinguishers to injure police officers in the Capitol. Facing a crime.
Robert Sanford, a suburb of Philadelphia in Chester, Pennsylvania, faces the charges of deadly weapons use in restricted areas, chaotic behavior on the premises of the Capitol, and obstruction of law enforcement.
According to The Wall Street Journal, 10 years’ imprisonment could be imposed for using deadly weapons in restricted areas.
The journal reports that Sanford threw a fire extinguisher at police officers in the west wing of the Capitol around 2:30 pm on January 6. Newspapers report that the fire extinguisher hit three police officers with their heads, including one without a helmet. ..
According to ABC News, the incident was captured in a video.
One of the police officers beaten with a fire extinguisher was evaluated at a local hospital and then granted work.
The case involving Sanford is separate from the case of Brian Sicknick, a Parliamentary police officer who was attacked by a fire extinguisher and later died of his injury.