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St. George man charged with breaking into U.S Capitol on Jan. 6

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Posted at 3:54 PM, Apr 07, 2021
and last updated 2021-04-07 18:06:19-04

WASHINGTON — A St. George man is the latest Utah resident to face charges for taking part in the Jan. 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol.

Brady Knowlton made his initial appearance in federal court Wednesday.

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Photographs shared by the U.S. Department of Justice show Knowlton inside and outside the Capitol along with thousands of others who breached security perimeters following a speech by then-President Donald Trump.

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Photo shows Brady Knowlton inside Capitol Rotunda

A call log obtained through subpoena showed conversations between Knowlton and Patrick Montgomery, a man who was previously arrested for his participation in the riots.

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During the break in, Knowlton was seen holding a phone and videotaping his entry into the Capitol building. Knowlton is then seen in the Capitol Rotunda before entering the Senate Chamber Gallery.

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Photo shows Brady Knowlton inside Senate Chamber Gallery

Along with Knowlton, Utahns John Sullivan and Michael Lee Hardin have been charged for taking part in the insurrection.