The Des Moines Register reports:
Doug Jensen, a 41-year-old Des Moines man who was photographed among the mob that invaded the U.S. Capitol, has been arrested and is in custody in the Polk County Jail, Sgt. Ryan Evans of the Polk County Sheriff’s Office confirmed Saturday morning.
He was booked into the jail at 1 a.m. FBI Public Affairs Specialist Amy Adams said Jensen was arrested by the FBI, and he’s facing five federal charges.
Jensen was identified in multiple videos and photographs at the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday wearing a knit cap and a “QAnon” T-shirt over a sweatshirt. In one photograph, his arms are spread wide while facing a police officer.
You like my shirt? pic.twitter.com/AgczgzkCsA
— Doug Jensen (@DAJeeper) January 7, 2021
Here’s the scary moment when protesters initially got into the building from the first floor and made their way outside Senate chamber. pic.twitter.com/CfVIBsgywK
— Igor Bobic (@igorbobic) January 6, 2021
This is Doug Jensen, he works for Forrest & Associate Masonry in Des Moines. His employer said they don’t agree with his actions, but as far as I can tell, he is still employed there. He lives in Des Moines, keep your neighbors and loved ones safe. pic.twitter.com/MGGz5N2WTo
— Brad Wiesenmayer 🌽 (@bradical31) January 7, 2021
Here’s one! Clearly an instigator.
Doug Jensen, of Des Moines, is an employee of Forrest & Associate Masonry in Des Moines, Iowa pic.twitter.com/uEf1xlG9gd
— MoreWorkToDo (@IResister) January 7, 2021
Doug Jensen, the Iowa man in a Q-Anon shirt who chased a Capitol Police officer up several flights of stairs, is now in custody. Here’s the story from his local TV station that he called “fake news.” https://t.co/857aybgOyT
— Brendan Keefe (@BrendanKeefe) January 9, 2021