A nationwide manhunt that followed the riot at the United States Capitol in January has led to criminal charges for more than 175 people. Many face unlawful entry and disorderly conduct charges, but more grievous charges are expected for some, according to law enforcement officials — including sedition. A number of those who law enforcement say participated in the riot came from Mr. Trump's home state of New York. Here's who the New Yorkers are: A D.J. from Long Island "This is history! We took the Capitol!" a voice says during a Snapchat video taken inside the Capitol on Jan. 6. The camera pans around the building, showing rioters spreading through its halls. The voice belongs to Greg Rubenacker, 25, of Farmingdale on Long Island, according to court records. The criminal complaint includes what prosecutors say are images of Mr. Rubenacker puffing on what appears to be a joint and exhaling smoke into the rotunda. This week Mr. Rubenacker, a D.J. who makes beats and sells them for a living, according to his lawyer, Michael Matera, was arrested and charged with two counts of disorderly conduct and two different counts related to illegally entering the Capitol. "We ask everyone to… Read full this story
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