According to police, in Collier County, the FBI executed a search and arrest warrant for a man suspected of being involved in the Jan. 6 Capitol Riot. Christopher Worrell, 49, a highly sought FBI target—is facing charges linked to Capitol crime.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Armored trucks and what seemed to be security troops swarmed the area in a pre-dawn raid Friday in a calm and peaceful Collier County neighborhood.

Tanker tanks, loud grenades, and fully armored men in military-style uniforms stormed a house when the FBI executed a search and arrest warrant for Christopher Worrell at Stanhope Circle in Naples.

The home belongs to Trish Priller, Worrell’s girlfriend.

The FBI said it obtained information from an associate of Worrell’s girlfriend that he had flown to D.C. to attend the rally on Jan. 6.

On Jan. 18, the FBI met with Worrell at his house.
He was irritated when the FBI turned up at his door, but he did confess to being at the Capitol on Jan. 6.

Worrell said that he had entered the Capitol, but he had never committed a felony. He has been charged with violating prohibited property/grounds, according to the FBI.

Worral is a member of “Proud Boys” and believes that the Proud Boys is not “a racist white supremacist group like the media tries to portray.

A neighbor, Lynn Elias, commented to Gateway Pundit: “Very nice quiet gentleman. Wouldn’t know nothing, goes to work and comes home.”

Another neighbor said: “He should be arrested. You don’t know if they’re going to break a window and get in. You don’t know what they’re going to do.”