Search underway for Capitol rioters
The FBI has asked for the public's help identifying rioters who entered the building.
A spokesman for the Eastern District of Wisconsin U.S. Attorney Matthew Krueger said the office will prosecute people who traveled from Wisconsin to Washington D.C. with the intent to riot to the fullest extent possible.
President Trump issued an executive order back in June making it federal policy for the government to go after people who vandalized statutes. The order read in part "My administration will not allow violent mobs..."
"We have very strong laws already on the books and we have a law that's 10 years, it's 10 years. That's a long time to have fun one night," said the president.
The executive order will also apply to Wednesday's rioters for vandalizing federal property.
Washington D.C. police arrested 60-year-old Daniel Cleene from Wisconsin for violating curfew and crossing a police barrier.
D.C. police also sent out more pictures asking for the public's help identifying multiple people inside the Capitol for pending federal charges.
The F.B.I. wants similar help from the public.
It put out posters for individuals in the Capitol as well as a person wanted for placing suspected pipe bombs at the Republican and Democratic National Committee buildings.
The D.C. Federal District Court began unsealing cases against rioters Friday, Jan. 8. One person faces a charge of carrying a hand gun on Capitol grounds, another faces several charges, including punching a Capitol police officer defending the Senate.