NBC News reports:
The FBI has arrested a Jan. 6 defendant who said he assaulted an officer on video while standing in front of a Washington courthouse on the day of the riot. Ronald Alfred Bryan, 70, was arrested on Wednesday and he made his initial court appearance in Louisiana, according to the Justice Department. He had been No. 418 on the FBI’s Capitol Violence website, wanted for assault on a federal officer.
Bryan faces several charges, including obstruction of law enforcement during civil disorder, theft of government property and assault on a federal officer. On Jan. 6, 2021, while standing in front of the E. Barrett Prettyman federal courthouse — the same building where he was charged — Bryan “showed bruises on his body and continued to brag about his theft of the police shield and assaults on [U.S. Capitol Police] officers,” a FBI special agent wrote in an affidavit.
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The FBI has arrested a Jan. 6 defendant who said he assaulted an officer on video while standing in front of a Washington courthouse on the day of the riot. https://t.co/JDSTWZm7nq
— NBC News (@NBCNews) August 17, 2023
NEW: Ronald Alfred Bryan, aka AFO 418, arrested in Louisiana.
“I stole a baton. I stole a shield. [I] knocked two of them to the ground, took six of them to get me off of them. y’all go get you some!” pic.twitter.com/yDr77sN5RU
— Ryan J. Reilly (@ryanjreilly) August 17, 2023
J6 insurrectionist Ronald Alfred Bryan of Pollock, Louisiana arrested. Bragged about his assaults and injuries. His shirt said “Bring Enough Gun”. Was wanted by FBI as AFO-418. https://t.co/5avj5NN7z6 pic.twitter.com/D3DI4MdY6C
— Ken Cox (@kencoxca on Threads.net) 🇨🇦 (@KenCox) August 17, 2023