Law & Crime reports:
An Iowa father who recently pleaded guilty to interfering with police during the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol has found himself once again embroiled in scandal for allegedly using his cell phone to surreptitiously record a woman as she was changing clothes at a tanning salon.
Daryl Eugene Johnson, 52, was taken into custody late last month and charged with one count of invasion of privacy for the purpose of arousing or gratifying a sexual desire and one count of interference with official acts, court records show.
As previously reported by Law&Crime, Johnson and his son, Daniel Johnson, were both convicted for their roles in the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol. U.S. District Judge Dabney Friedrich, an appointee of Trump, sentenced Johnson to one month behind bars and his son to four months.
Read the full article. The elder Johnson faces up to two years on the latest charges.
Daniel Eugene Johnson, 30, of Austin, Minn. is the first Minnesotan sent to prison for #January6th. Along with his dad Daryl, of Iowa, he pleaded guilty to felony obstruction of police. Judge Dabney Friedrich sentenced Daniel to 4 months and Daryl to 30 days. pic.twitter.com/dYiVyOyqWJ
— Matt Sepic (@msepic) June 1, 2022
A St. Ansgar, IA man who previously pleaded guilty in his role in the 1/6/2021 U.S. Capitol insurrection, was recently arrested after an ongoing investigation revealed he allegedly recorded patrons of a tanning business without their knowledge or consent.https://t.co/r1PaPAR4pC
— ABC 6 News – KAAL TV (@ABC6NEWS) January 30, 2023