More Texas realtors charged after taking private plane to Capitol insurrection: report
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Federal prosecutors continue to charge suspects for the January 6th insurrection at the U.S. Capitol that resulted in Donald Trump's second impeachment.

"A third member of a group of North Texas real estate professionals who took a private plane to Washington, D.C., for a Donald Trump rally has been charged in federal court in connection with the storming of the U.S. Capitol," The Dallas Morning News reported Thursday.

"Frisco real estate agent Jason Lee Hyland is accused, along with Frisco real estate broker Jennifer 'Jenna' Ryan and Colleyville real estate agent Katherine 'Katie' Schwab, of being in a mob that breached the Capitol on Jan. 6, federal court records show. Hyland, 37, is at least the 11th North Texan to be charged after the violent Washington uprising," the newspaper noted. "Ryan, 50, documented the Texas trio's two-day trip to Washington on Facebook and Twitter. That included a photo of her, Hyland and Schwab posing on Jan. 5 in front of a private plane on the tarmac of a Denton airport before their departure."

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