It’s been almost two months since the storming of the U.S. Capitol took place, and the FBI is still putting people behind bars and inside interrogation rooms to find out the culprits.
The attempted capitol insurrection, where the aim was to stop the election results from being certified which let Joe Biden become the official victor, happened on January 6, with many people participating and showing themselves off in front of the cameras.
The latest to go under FBI custody is Danielle Nicole Doyle, who used to be a Thunder employee. Her affiliation with Thunder became the reason for her arrest, as one of her co-workers recognized her from the footage of the storming.
After confirming that it really is Danielle in the footage and circulating the footage within the offices to get proper input from everyone, the coworker decided to turn Danielle in. Another coworker also talked with the FBI and helped with the arrest. The Oklahoman reported the issue and disclosed the details of the criminal complaint against Doyle.
Witness 2 recalled that following the events at the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2021, employees of the professional sports team circulated a video that CNN had aired. The video was of individuals inside the U.S. Capitol during the breaching of the Capitol. Witness 2 obtained a copy of the video and identified Doyle as one of the individuals in the video.Statement of an FBI agent, courtesy of The Oklahoman
The criminal charges on Danielle Nicole Doyle are “one count of knowingly entering or remaining in a restricted building, one count of knowingly engaging in disorderly conduct in a restricted building and two counts of violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds.”