Capitol rioter gets harshest sentence yet: More than 5 ...

2 A Capitol rioter who attacked police officers working to keep back the angry mob on Jan. 6 was sentenced Friday to more than five years behind bars, the most so far for anyone sentenced in the insurrection. Robert Palmer, 54, of Largo, Florida, wept as he told U.S. District Judge Tanya Chutkan that ...

Statement of Steven Sund, Chief of Police, Regarding the ...

These individuals actively attacked United States Capitol Police Officers and other uniformed law enforcement officers with metal pipes, discharged chemical irritants, and took up other weapons against our officers. They were determined to enter into the Capitol Building by causing great damage.

Florida man who threw plank, extinguisher at police gets ...

2 WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A federal judge sentenced a U.S. Capitol rioter to more than five years in prison on Friday on charges that he threw a …

Capitol Rioter Who Threw Fire Extinguisher Gets 5+ Years ...

An avid supporter of former President Donald Trump who threw a fire extinguisher at police during the January 6 attack on the Capitol was sentenced Friday to …

Police Sidearms: The Handguns of America's 10 Largest ...

Other weapons approved by the department are certain Berettas and the Smith & Wessons for officers who are grandfathered to carry those and were on the department prior to the issue of the SIG. The Beretta models include: 92F, 92FC, 92FS, 92FS-M, 92D, 92DS, and the 92G (all in 9mm). The Smith & Wesson is the company's revolver in .38 or .357.

Puyallup man pleads guilty to assaulting police officer ...

Puyallup man pleads guilty to assaulting police officer with dangerous weapon at Capitol riot. A Washington state man and a New Jersey gym owner on Friday became the first people charged in the ...

Capitol Hill police can request National Guard backup ...

Capitol Hill police can request National Guard backup quicker under new plan. Capitol Hill security officials will be able to more quickly request emergency aid from National Guard troops under a ...

Capitol Police teams were lacking in weapons certifications

The Containment Emergency Response Team (CERT) failed to comply with weapons certifications and the department's First Responders Unit was not required to be certified in the M4 high-powered rifle,...

Capitol Police weapon left unattended in Capitol …

A U.S. Capitol Police lieutenant left his service weapon in a bathroom Monday night and the unattended gun was discovered later by another Capitol Police officer. After the House adjourned on ...

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Man Gets 5 Years In Prison For Assaulting Police Officers ...

2 A Donald Trump supporter was sentenced to five years in prison for assaulting police officers during the attack on the US Capitol, the harshest punishment yet handed down in the investigation into ...

DEA Agent Proudly Posed With Service Pistol, Badge at ...

A special agent with the Drug Enforcement Administration brought his service weapon and badge to the Jan. 6 Capitol siege, defiantly displaying them for multiple photos taken in restricted areas on...

Why Plainclothes Police Had Striped Reflective Tape On ...

Police stand, guns drawn, at a barricade at a door to the floor of the House of Representatives on Jan. 6, 2021. One of them is holding a Glock pistol with red-and-white reflective tape on the ...

Robert S. Palmer, attacked police at Capitol on Jan. 6 ...

2 Robert S. Palmer, of Largo, Fla., hurls a fire extinguisher at police in the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6. He pleaded guilty to assault on a law enforcement officer and was sentenced Friday to …

Stories that changed us in 2021: On Jan. 6, chaos inside ...

2 FILE - U.S. Capitol Police with guns drawn stand near a barricaded door as rioters try to break into the House Chamber at the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday, Jan. 6, …

Capitol rioter who hurled fire extinguisher at police ...

Robert S Palmer of Largo, Florida, pleaded guilty in October, on charges of assaulting law enforcement with a dangerous weapon. He threw a fire extinguisher, a plank, and a pole at riot police ...

Law Enforcement Personnel | United States Capitol Police

Firearms are prohibited in the District of Columbia and on U.S. Capitol Grounds even if someone has a carry permit from D.C. or another state. Failure to adhere to this law can result in arrest, fine, and/or imprisonment, as well as the confiscation and/or destruction of the item. For a list of prohibited items within the U.S. Capitol Complex, please visit here. Law Enforcement Officers …

Capitol Police Lt. Michael Byrd speaks out on fatal ...

That gun left in the bathroom was just one in a rash of similar cases in which Capitol Police officers left their weapons in bathroom stalls, to be found by Capitol Visitors' Center employees ...

Capitol Police officer left gun in visitor center bathroom ...

Oh, shoot! Some Capitol Police officers are in a jam after leaving their service weapons in "problematic places" accessible to the public …

Capitol police officer left weapon unattended in Capitol ...

Capitol Police say that the commander of officers on the House side of the Capitol left his service weapon unattended in a bathroom where it was discovered by another officer. A spokeswoman for ...

The Ashli Babbitt Capitol Hill Staged Deception Psyop ...

Capitol Police weapon left unattended in Capitol bathroom, again. A U.S. Capitol Police lieutenant left his service weapon in a bathroom Monday night and the unattended gun was discovered later by another Capitol Police officer. … After the House adjourned on …

Capitol rioter who attacked police is sentenced to more ...

2 A Florida man who used a wooden plank and a fire extinguisher to attack police defending the Capitol on Jan. 6 has been sentenced to more than five years in prison. The 63-month sentence for Robert Palmer, handed down by U.S. District Court Judge Tanya Chutkan, is the longest yet for a defendant in the Capitol riot investigation.

Feds Charge Man Caught on Video Striking Police With Table ...

Above, Trump supporters clash with police and security forces as people try to storm the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2021, in Washington, D.C. Brent Stirton/Getty Images

Congress OKs bill giving Capitol Police power to call troops

Chairman Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn. speaks with Ranking Member Sen. Roy Blunt, R-Mo., after U.S. Capitol Police Inspector General Michael Bolton appeared before a Senate Rules and Administration ...

Internal probe clears officer in Capitol riot shooting ...

The officer, inside the Speaker's Lobby, then fired a single round from his service weapon, striking Babbitt in the shoulder, prosecutors said. Capitol Police said its office of professional responsibility – which handles such investigations – determined "the officer's conduct was lawful and within Department policy."

Gun-toting House staffer slips through Capitol X-ray check ...

The weapon turned out to be a toy gun that was part of a Halloween costume, but Capitol Police did not spot it until well after the women had …

Capitol rioter who attacked police is sentenced to more ...

2 A Florida man who used a wooden plank and a fire extinguisher to attack police defending the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 has been sentenced to more than five years in prison. The 63-month sentence for Robert Palmer, handed down by U.S. District Judge Tanya Chutkan, is the longest yet for a defendant in the Capitol riot investigation.

Capitol rioter who attacked police is sentenced to more ...

2 A Florida man who used a wooden plank and a fire extinguisher to attack police defending the Capitol on Jan. 6 has been sentenced to more than five years in prison. The 63-month sentence for ...

Capitol rioter who threw fire extinguisher at police on ...

2 Florida resident Robert Palmer was sentenced to 63 months in prison on Friday in connection with the Jan. 6 insurrection in Washington D.C. where he was seen on video throwing a fire extinguisher ...

DEA Agent Proudly Posed With Service Pistol, Badge at ...

1.5x. 2.0x. A special agent with the Drug Enforcement Administration brought his service weapon and badge to the Jan. 6 Capitol siege, defiantly displaying them for multiple photos taken in ...

U.S. Capitol Police Service Weapon Found in Capitol ...

A lieutenant with the U.S. Capitol Police reportedly left his service weapon unattended earlier this week, and it was found by another Capitol Police officer during a "routine safety sweep." According to The Hill, Lieutenant Mike …