Authorities also allege that the former Shaler Township substitute teacher was planning to create his own militia.

By: KDKA-TV News Staff

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — A local teacher charged in connection with the riot at the U.S. Capitol allegedly had plans to create an armed militia and had a model of the Capitol in his home.

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Those are the latest accusations against Robert Morss of Glenshaw.

They were brought up in a federal court filing as prosecutors argued to keep Morss in jail.

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After his arrest, police say they recovered a notebook from his car, with writings and notes entitled “Step by Step To Create Hometown Militia.”

They also found guns and a U.S. Capitol Lego set.

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Morss had been a substitute teacher in the Shaler School District.