The Cherry Hill Courier-Post reports:
A Sewell retiree is accused of pushing a barricade into police officers protecting the U.S. Capitol during the Jan. 6 insurrection. The FBI alleges Philip Young, who wore a jacket with his former union’s logo, also flattened the tire of a government vehicle during a riot by supporters of then-President Donald Trump.
A search for Young began in March when the FBI posted online photographs of an unidentified Capitol rioter, says a court record asserting probable cause for his arrest.
It says a jacket worn by the suspect “appears to have a logo on the back that is associated with the Boilermakers Union Local 28 located in Eastampton.” Witnesses interviewed in June and July identified Young from the photos and said he was a former member of the Boilermakers, the statement says.
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Philip Young wore jacket showing his union membership during Capitol riot, FBI says https://t.co/zphLbmgdyd
— Courier-Post (@cpsj) August 21, 2021
It is a very New Jersey thing that on the same day New Jersey man Philip Young was filmed shoving a police barricade into cops at the Capitol riot, he was also photographed letting the air out of a US government vehicle. pic.twitter.com/9RFqa31fU0
— Alan Feuer (@alanfeuer) August 20, 2021