Los Angeles’s ABC News affiliate reports:
Lois Lynn McNicoll, 69, of San Clemente, a Department of Public Social Services employee, made her initial appearance in Los Angeles federal court Monday following her arrest and was released on a $10,000 bond, according to FBI spokeswoman Laura Eimiller.
McNicoll was identified in an ABC News video posted on Eyewitness News’ Facebook page in January that shows a female wearing a white hat emblazoned with the name “Trump,” according to federal prosecutors.
A screenshot of the video was passed to the FBI by two fellow DPSS employees, who confirmed it was McNicoll.
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ABC7 Facebook post helps lead to arrest of LA County employee accused of participating in US Capitol breach https://t.co/GNNvdpLcE5
— ABC7 Eyewitness News (@ABC7) June 29, 2021
CAPITOL RIOT ARREST UPDATE:
*Lois Lynn McNicoll of San Clemente CA is charged.
*Wore “Trump Country” flag as a cape.
*Social Services employee in L.A. County.
*Flew from CA to DC for rally.
*Told FBI she didn’t take photos inside Capitol. FBI has receipts.https://t.co/mOXZtP4UXr pic.twitter.com/UVXU2CJc2v
— Jim Roberts (@nycjim) June 29, 2021