Update: An El Paso man arrested on suspicion of involvement in the Jan. 6 attacks appeared in court Thursday afternoon via Zoom.
Judge Leon Schydlower said the government did not want to detain Arredondo. He set it at 10% for his $10,000 bond.
Arredondo must appear at pretrial services, live at his current address, remain in El Paso County, cannot travel abroad, and must turn in his passport.
The judge also said that if Arredondo was employed, he could keep his job. He can only leave home for work, medical or religious reasons.
Suspects cannot possess weapons. If so, they must be removed. He also receives a GPS electronic monitoring device.
Judge Leon Schydlower has announced that Arredondo’s next trial will be November 1.
At that hearing, there will be a background hearing and a preliminary action hearing. It will be determined whether Arredondo is the person in the criminal complaint and whether there is sufficient evidence for prosecution.
EL PASO, Texas — An El Paso man has been arrested on felony and misdemeanor charges, including assaulting a law enforcement officer during the Jan. 6, 2021 break-in of the U.S. Capitol, according to the FBI. .
This follows an hour-long presence at his home in eastern El Paso.
Federal Investigation East El Paso Home Scene
David Rene Arredondo, 47, of El Paso, has been charged with a criminal complaint filed with the District of Columbia for assaulting, resisting, or obstructing law enforcement officers, and for harassing law enforcement officers during civil unrest. has been charged with interference with, and related felony charges.misdemeanor
Arredondo illegally entered the grounds of the Capitol on January 6, according to court documents.
Officials say he grabbed the arm of a police officer who was trying to stop a mob of rioters from entering the doors of the Capitol.
Investigators said Arredondo had grabbed the arm of a police officer and was facilitating the invasion of other Capitol rioters.
Arredondo entered the Capitol and remained there for nearly 40 minutes, federal officials said.
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