The New York Post reports:
Federal authorities charged a city Department of Sanitation worker in the Capitol riot — after The Post identified him and revealed clear photos of him at the scene of the Jan. 6 siege, according to court documents.
Dominick Madden, 43, was charged in Washington, D.C., with violent entry into the Capitol, remaining in a restricted building and disorderly conduct in a restricted building, according to a criminal complaint unsealed Thursday.
In an affidavit by an FBI agent supporting the complaint, the investigator repeatedly mentions a Jan. 14 Post story that helped authorities identify the Q-Anon-backing garbage man.
Dominick Madden, 43, called in sick to his job at the NYC Dept. of Sanitation on Jan. 6, the FBI says. But agents tracked him to the Capitol riot wearing a Qanon sweatshirt through his social posts & license plate reader data showing him making the trip. pic.twitter.com/v5U8W3PjLA
— Alan Feuer (@alanfeuer) January 22, 2021
Dominick Madden a QAnon-believing city sanitation worker from Brooklyn has been arrested by the FBI pic.twitter.com/RMenCPCiwf
— Operation Veracity 🔍 (@OPSVeracity49th) January 22, 2021