May 06, 2021 1 min, 13 secs

More than 440 people have been charged with taking part in the Capitol siege, coming from all but six states — Mississippi, North and South Dakota, Rhode Island, Vermont and Wyoming.

Officials said 140 officers were injured during the riot.

The FBI said Reed Christensen of Oregon, accused of assaulting officers on the Capitol's lower west terrace, was identified with the help of his son.

They have also subpoenaed records from companies providing cellphone service, allowing agents to tell whether a specific person's phone was inside the Capitol during the siege.

Prosecutors said during court hearings this week that they will soon offer plea deals to four men accused of assaulting police officers.

One of them, Patrick McCaughey, was accused of using a police riot shield to push against Capitol Police Officer Daniel Hodges and to pin him between the shield and a door at the building's Lower West Terrace.

The judge said defense lawyers cited an interview in which Hodges said he was screaming to signal other officers that he was trapped.

"It looks to me like the defendant was trying to push his way through the officers with other rioters to enter the Capitol, rather than that he was trying to hurt or attack the officers," the judge said.

In another hearing, government lawyers said they have started plea discussions with Kevin Seefried of Delaware, who was photographed inside the Capitol holding a Confederate flag, and his son, Hunter.

police officers who were dragged down Capitol steps.

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