The FBI and federal prosecutors continue to make progress identifying people who were inside the U.S. Capitol during the fatal January 6th insurrection.
"Federal authorities had help identifying the pony-tailed man wearing a 'Keep America Great' sweatshirt who popped up in numerous photographs inside the U.S. Capitol. Grayson Sherrill's family turned him in," the Charlotte Observer reported Monday.
"A newly unsealed complaint charges Sherrill with three felonies: knowingly entering and remaining in any restricted building or grounds without lawful authority; knowingly engaging in disorderly or disruptive conduct in a restricted area; and violent and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds," the newspaper reported. "A series of photographs included in the federal complaint against him shows a dark-haired, pony-tailed man wearing jeans, combat boots and a red Trump sweatshirt moving through the Capitol carrying either a rod or cane-like object."
He was identified by two members of his family, according to the criminal complaint.