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Riley Williams, convicted of storming Nancy Pelosi’s office on Jan. 6, asks for shorter sentence

Her lawyers say she is eligible for a sentence reduction related to a change in federal sentencing guidelines. Prosecutors oppose the effort.

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Riley Williams, Pa. woman accused of stealing Pelosi’s laptop Jan. 6, denied venue change for trial

Federal Judge Amy Berman Jackson wrote in her opinion that Williams didn’t prove a jury would be tainted, and said the survey missed a broad chunk of potential jurors.

By Robby Brod

Updated: 2021-04-16 11:00:00

100 days later, the FBI has arrested more than 400 Capitol insurrectionists. About 10 percent are from Pa.

At least 40 Pennsylvanians are among the more than 400 people have been arrested for participating in violent attack. Several of the men and women from the commonwealth, who attempted to overturn a fair and free election, are among the highest-profile cases under investigation by the FBI.

By Staff

Lawyer says Pelosi laptop hasn’t been recovered from Harrisburg woman accused of stealing it

Assistant U.S. Attorney Mona Sedky said there is evidence Riley June Williams has directed others to delete data after the attack.

By The Associated Press

Updated: 2021-01-21 12:13:00

Harrisburg woman accused of helping steal Pelosi laptop in Capitol insurrection freed from jail

U.S. Magistrate Judge Martin Carlson released Riley June Williams into the custody of her mother, with travel restrictions, and instructed her to appear Monday in federal court in Washington to continue her case.

By Mark Scolforo/The Associated Press