Norfolk’s ABC News affiliate reports:
The FBI says it has arrested a Norfolk man for his role in the January 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol. Kene Brian Lazo was arrested Friday.
According to court documents, the FBI received a tip that a Facebook user who went by “Fam Council” participated in the breach of the Capitol. Investigators found a photo of the suspect who was wearing a helmet with the word “RODBUSTERS” on it. An online search turned up a company called “Rodbusters, LLC” owned by Lazo and his wife.
The business’ phone number matched a hit from a cell phone inside the Capitol during the riot, and investigators say the same number was tied with the “Fam Council” Facebook page.
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#FBI Norfolk arrested Kene Brian Lazo, of Norfolk, VA, this morning on charges related to the January 6th breach of the U.S. Capitol. He is listed as #3 on the FBI’s seeking information webpage: https://t.co/UEWwn33rGb
More information: https://t.co/fF3dP3taXP@FBIWFO pic.twitter.com/7s6YZeKuIy
— FBI Norfolk (@FBINorfolk) May 28, 2021
Lord have mercy. Kene Brian Lazo of Norfolk, Virginia wore his RobBustars helmet to seize the US Capitol. He filed to trademark Rodbustars & owns a business Rodbustars LLC. He really wore branded merch to an insurrection. https://t.co/ilGqyl64Fp pic.twitter.com/NmlNxXFHLq
— KD (@Fly_Sistah) May 28, 2021
The FBI gets a tip about someone with the Facebook account “Fam Council,” and the FBI finds that image on the “Fam Council page themselves. Then they also find this image: pic.twitter.com/6tOtD6OyiR
— Ryan J. Reilly (@ryanjreilly) May 28, 2021
— Phoenix on Wheels (@phoenixonwheels) January 16, 2021