Authorities have arrested two more Utahns in the Jan. 6 siege at the U.S. Capitol almost seven months after it took place.
A tip from one of Janet West Buhler's acquaintances — a relative's co-worker — helped the FBI to identify her in news footage captured from inside the Capitol that day. Cellphone data confirmed she was there, according to a statement of facts supporting her arrest on Friday in Salt Lake City.
She's a designer who founded the Utah-based clothing shop Anna Rewick, according to the company's website. Authorities say she was seen just outside the Capitol rotunda Jan. 6 with her stepson-in-law Michael Lee Hardin, a former Salt Lake City police officer already charged in the attack on the building by supporters of former President Donald Trump. Hardin has pleaded not guilty to each of four criminal charges he faces.
Another Utahn, Jacob Kyle Wiedrich was apprehended a day earlier than Buhler, court documents show.
The two are both accused of disorderly conduct and entering or remaining in a restricted building without authority to do so.
Court documents don't list attorneys for them.
They're among several from Utah who are arrested in connection with the siege.
Authorities have confiscated roughly $90,000 and filed additional charges against John Earle Sullivan, a Utah man accused of selling footage of protester Ashli Babbit being fatally shot that day. Another Utah man being held in the Washington County Jail, Landon Kenneth Copeland, was ordered to undergo a mental health evaluation after an expletive-laden tirade during a court hearing in May.
An Arizona man who costume-played the Book of Mormon figure Captain Moroni while in the building also was arrested.