A 60-year-old man arrested in Arkansas faces charges including violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds

Federal prosecutors have charged a man who was photographed with his foot up on House Speaker Nancy Pelosis desk, as well as a West Virginia lawmaker who they say was among the thousands of pro-Trump rioters who stormed the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday.
Richard Barnett, 60 years old, was arrested Friday morning in Little Rock, Ark., officials said, and faces charges including violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds, as well as theft of public property for allegedly stealing some of Mrs. Pelosis mail.
In the wake of the photo going viral, Mr. Barnett had said that he was the man in the picture.
Also facing charges is a newly elected lawmaker from West Virginia, Derrick Evans, who posted a video of himself on social media barging into the Capitol and roaming the halls with dozens of others.
They were two of at least 15 people federal authorities intended to prosecute in connection with the assault on the Capitol as Congress was preparing to ratify President-elect Joe Bidens victory.