The FBI on Friday arrested a Carrollton man accused of throwing a firecracker at police officers as a mob pushed its way into the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6.
David Lee Judd, 35, is charged with assaulting, resisting or impeding officers and civil disorder.
A picture of Judd was included in a wanted poster released by the FBI, the bureau said.
According to an FBI agent assigned to the case, Judd was wearing a "Make America Great Again" baseball cap backwards and was captured on numerous videos pushing his way into a tunnel at the Capitol's Lower West Terrace doors.
Judd was heard yelling "shield wall" as he encouraged others to entire the building, the FBI said. He lit a firecracker and threw it at a line of officers guarding the doors.
Judd is the 20th person arrested by the FBI’s Dallas office, which covers the northern half of Texas.
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In a statement FBI Special Agent in Charge in Dallas, Matthew DeSarno, thanked the public for calling in with tips.
“We are fortunate to have the continued support of our North Texas residents as you have provided tips or encouraged your loved ones to turn themselves in to law enforcement for the actions taken on January 6,” DeSarno said. “However, some of the most violent offenders have yet to be identified and we ask again for your assistance in identifying additional perpetrators of these heinous acts.”