Law & Crime reports:
Christopher Worrell‘s live-in girlfriend told acquaintances that Worrell was in the Proud Boys and that she traveled with him to the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, one acquaintance told the FBI. Worrell is now facing a litany of federal charges for allegedly carrying a “dangerous weapon” on restricted grounds just outside the U.S. Capitol.
An FBI agent who reviewed numerous press and social media photos taken Jan. 6 identified Worrell wearing a tactical vest, a body camera, a hydration pack, a push-to-talk radio communication earpiece, and a can of gel pepper spray.
Subsequent images show Worrell deploying what is assumed to be the can of pepper spray at a “line of law enforcement officers present.”
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A Proud Boy’s Live-In Girlfriend Told Friends That He Raided the U.S. Capitol. What They Saw Next Got Him Arrested.https://t.co/aX0pfegykk
— Law & Crime (@lawcrimenews) March 14, 2021
He got ‘agitated’ when the @FBI first contacted him..
Let me share fact about Chris aka #SgtPepperSprayer…
— John Scott-Railton (@jsrailton) March 13, 2021
*Christopher Worrell of East Naples FL is arrested in the Capitol riot..
*Linked to Proud Boys.
*Photos show him pepper-spraying police during insurrection.
*Charges: Obstructing official proceeding, physical violence, disorderly conduct, unlawful entry.https://t.co/xXNiekzT2l pic.twitter.com/TEc8x2ckEQ
— Jim Roberts (@nycjim) March 13, 2021
The Justice Department has charged a Proud Boys member who allegedly used pepper spray against police officers during the US Capitol riot, court records show https://t.co/1qc4M3aOj4
— CNN Breaking News (@cnnbrk) March 13, 2021