By: KDKA-TV News Staff
WASHINGTON (KDKA) – A woman from Ross Township is due in court today as she faces charges in connection to the deadly January 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol.READ MORE: Westmoreland County Man Charged With Locking Woman In Storage Unit Will Stand Trial
Jennifer Heinl is facing several charges, including entering a restricted building and disorderly conduct.
According to court paperwork, security cameras captured her in restricted areas of the Capitol wearing a “Trump 20” shirt.READ MORE: Pittsburgh Police Investigating After 11-Month-Old Girl's Death Caused By Fentanyl
The FBI was able to identify her through her relationship with Kenneth Grayson, a man from Bridgeville who is also facing charges in the insurrection.
Heinl’s husband is a detective with the Shaler Police Department and works on the FBI Violent Task Force in Pittsburgh.
He had advised her not to go to the Capitol on January 6.MORE NEWS: West Virginia Lawmaker Craig Blair Compares Federal COVID-19 Vaccine Rule To Nazi Germany
He has since filed for divorce.