The Messenger reports:
The FBI has arrested a man who live-streamed himself at the Capitol during the Jan. 6, 2021 insurrection. Dustin Ray Williams was seen wearing a T-shirt with his company name and number on it on the day of the riot, so his identity was quickly verified by authorities. And after a nearly two-and-a-half years-long search, he was arrested in Dallas on Wednesday. Williams has been charged with knowingly entering and remaining in a restricted building or grounds, violent conduct, disorderly or disruptive conduct, violent conduct in a Capitol building, and obstruction of law enforcement during civil disorder, according to court documents.
From the Justice Department:
Williams approached a line of United States Capitol Police (USCP) officers defending the West Front of the Capitol building and shoved and pushed the officers, initially by placing his hands on their shields. Court documents say that video footage taken from that day captures approximately 25 seconds of Williams’ aggressive contact with the law enforcement officers. The video footage also depicts Williams sprayed with pepper spray by a police officer, continuing to push and shove officers, and grabbing the arm of an officer. Court documents say that Williams remained near the West Front for over two hours before heading to the Lower West Terrace.
— The Messenger (@TheMessenger) August 2, 2023
The FBI arrested Dustin Ray Williams in Dallas for the 1/6 US Capitol riot.
It’s been 2.5 years but he was identified quickly.
He was wearing a shirt for a company he worked for with a number on the back…and livestreamed himself there.
Williams allegedly fought officers
— William Joy (@WilliamJoy) August 2, 2023
— TheRealJ6 (@SeditionHunters) August 1, 2023
#DecorativeConcreteFinishes is wanted (#FBI520AFO) for assaulting officers during the attempted insurrection on 1/6/21. He wore a company sweatshirt & a Swissmex (concrete sprayer) 🧢. Do you know him? @reporterherald pic.twitter.com/YM3XyDXYT8
— Steve Johnson (@_SteveJohnson_) May 30, 2022
DOJ: Dustin Ray Williams, 32, of Brady, TX, 100 miles south of Abilene, was arrested in Dallas Tuesday. He’s accused of assaulting police during the U.S. Capitol riot. pic.twitter.com/Z1i7ppjLwz
— Mark Moseley (@KDFWMark) August 2, 2023
— U.S. Attorney DC (@USAO_DC) August 2, 2023