James T. Grant
James T. Grant at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 (Photo: DOJ Indictment)

On Tuesday, CBS News' Scott MacFarlane, the key authority covering the January 6 cases, reported that James Grant, a defendant in connection with the Capitol insurrection, had his bail revoked by a judge and was ordered back into pre-trial detention.

The revocation for Grant, who is accused by federal prosecutors of physically lifting a metal barricade and using it to topple Capitol Police, comes after he was discovered with an AR-15 style rifle, 60 rounds of ammo, and fatigues in his car. He was also allegedly under the influence of drugs at the time.

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According to a North Carolina police report, Grant told responding officers "just kill me now" and "it's over" after they found him with the weapons in his car.