ROSS TOWNSHIP (KDKA) – A Ross Township woman has been arrested in connection with the riots at the U.S. Capitol.
Court paperwork says security cameras show Jennie Heinl at the Capitol on Jan. 6 wearing a red long-sleeve jersey that said “Trump 20” on the back and a black hat.READ MORE: County Fire Marshal Investigating Lea's Floral Shop Fire In East McKeesport
FBI agents were allegedly able to find her on security camera footage and police body camera footage inside the Capitol Rotunda, Capitol Crypt and restricted areas on the Capitol grounds.
According to the court paperwork, the FBI was able to identify Heinl through her relationship with Kenneth Grayson, a Bridgeville man arrested in January for his role in the riots.
The FBI says while on a call with an agent, Heinl said she was in D.C. on Jan. 5 and came home the next day. The FBI says she also said she was at the rally on Jan. 6 but didn’t enter the building.
The court paperwork says FBI agents interviewed someone who knew Heinl. That person was able to identify her in photos at the Capitol, including one that the FBI says had been found on Grayson’s iPad.READ MORE: Two People Injured At Seven Springs Pond Skim Event
She’s facing multiple charges, including knowingly entering or remaining in any restricted building or grounds, disorderly and disruptive conduct in a restricted building or grounds and violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds.
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Heinl appeared before Magistrate Judge Lisa Pupo Lenihan on Thursday and will be released on a $10,000 unsecured bond. Her next court appearance is scheduled for March 24. Heinl also cannot possess a firearm. The judge said her husband is in law enforcement and will keep his firearm in a secure place.
Shaler Township Police Chief Sean Frank said that Heinl’s husband, Michael Heinl, is a detective with the department and is on the FBI Violent Crime Task Force in Pittsburgh.
Chief Frank said Michael does not agree with what happened at the Capitol and was at work that day. Chief Frank said the police department stands behind Michael and he did nothing wrong. He has been a member of the department for 30 years.MORE NEWS: COVID-19 In West Virginia: State Reports 5 Additional Virus-Related Deaths
The judge stated Jennie must surrender her passport and travel is restricted to the Western District of Pennsylvania and Washington D.C. for court purposes only. She must avoid contact with witnesses and victims from the riot.