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Duke Edward Wilson

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An Idaho man was arrested and charged with assaulting police officers during the January 6 riot at the United States Capitol.

66-year-old Duke Edward Wilson was arrested Thursday and charged with five crimes related to the violent siege of the Capitol, including assaulting or shaming officials, obstructing law enforcement and entering a building. Restricted without permission, the FBI said in a statement. Thursday. If convicted, the charges range from six months to 20 years in prison.

Wilson is at least the fourth Idaho resident to be accused of insurrection.

In an affidavit filed in the Wilson case, an FBI special agent said he identified Wilson after reviewing social media videos, security camera footage, and footage of police officers at headquarters. The officer said Wilson was among the rioters in the Capitol tunnels and went to the front line where officers were trying to contain the rioters.

The FBI agent said Wilson stabbed police officers with PVC pipes, worked with other rioters to remove an officer’s shield, and hit and pushed police officers.

FBI agents interviewed one of Wilson’s neighbors in Nampa, according to a court document, and the neighbor allegedly identified Wilson as the person featured on one of the FBI posters depicting people wanted on Capitol Hill for violence. The neighbor told the agent he knew that Wilson had traveled to Washington, DC for a demonstration at the Capitol on January 6 and returned home late the next day.

Wilson is instructed to enter and stay in a restricted building or property without legal permission. Aggression, resistance, or interference with any particular officer or employee; Parade, demonstration, or surveillance of a Capitol building; Obstruction of a formal process; impede law enforcement during a civil law incident.

Wilson has not yet had a chance to stand up for the case, and his defense attorney was not immediately reached for comment.