Washington DC officials identified four people who died at the U.S. Capitol Wednesday when a mob of pro-Trump supporters violently stormed the building.
Acting Metropolitan Police Chief Robert Contee identified the woman shot and killed by Capitol police as 35-year-old Ashli Babbit. CBS Los Angeles reported Babbit was from San Diego, but DC Police says she’s from Huntingtown, Maryland.
Three others, who died from medical emergencies, were identified as 50-year-old Benjamin Phillips of Ringtown, Pa., 55-year-old Kevin Greeson of Athens, Ala. and 34-year-old Roseanne Boleyn of Kennesaw, Georgia.
A Capitol Police officer also died from injuries sustained during the riot, officials announced Thursday night. Further details were not immediately available.
A total of 82 people were arrested so far for the riot at the Capitol — 68 by MPD, only one of whom was from the district, while Capitol police said 14 were arrested.
More than 50 Capitol and D.C. police were injured, including several who were hospitalized, Capitol Police said.
According to MPD’s arrest database, nine of those arrested were from Maryland.
- 37-year-old Stacey Ebanks was arrested in the 100 block of First Street NW for violating curfew, unlawful entry.
- 43-year-old Ryan Mason was arrested in the 100 block of First Street NW for violating curfew, unlawful entry.
- 21-year-old Alexander Kimmich was arrested in the 100 block of First Street NW for violating curfew
- 28-year-old Ashanti Smith was arrested in the 1600 block of I Street NW for simple assault.
- 33-year-old Christopher Alberts was arrested in the U.S. Capitol Visitor Center for carrying a pistol without a license, possessing a firearm on Capitol grounds, curfew violation, unregistered ammunition and possession of a large capacity ammunition feeding device.
- 33-year-old Thomas Kawaihae was arrested in the 1400 block of New York Avenue NW for curfew violation
- 27-year-old Jessica Reinke was arrested in the 2700 block of New York Avenue NE for defacing public property and assaulting a police officer.
- 19-year-old Tyler Sofia was arrested in the 100 block of Maryland Avenue SW for violating curfew
- A unnamed 16-year-old also arrested in the 100 block of Maryland Avenue SW for violating curfew