Law & Crime reports:
An Oath Keepers member who knows about the stash of firearms the extremist group stored inside a hotel just outside of Washington, D.C. plans to plead guilty to two charges related to the Jan. 6th siege of the Capitol on Tuesday, according to recently unsealed documents.
Caleb Berry joins at least three other members of the militia organization to have agreed to assist prosecutors, following the guilty plea and cooperation deal of 54-year-old Mark Grods in late June.
Berry took part in the group’s military “stack” formation at the Capitol, joining a violent mob that assaulted law enforcement, prosecutors say. On Jan. 7, Berry “and others known and unknown retrieved firearms from the Comfort Inn Ballston hotel in Arlington, Virginia,” according to the criminal information.
New: Another plea deal was just unsealed in the Jan. 6 Oath Keepers conspiracy case — Caleb Berry will be pleading guilty today to conspiracy and obstruction of an official proceeding https://t.co/8zCGRhg4L6 pic.twitter.com/v1vGLbpCfG
— Zoe Tillman (@ZoeTillman) July 20, 2021