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UPDATE: Jan. 27, 2021

Israel Tutrow, the Greenfield man who was wanted for his participation in the Jan. 6 riots at the U.S. Capitol, has been taken into custody, reports WISH-TV.

STATEWIDE — Two more men from Indiana have been charged for taking part in the riots at the U.S. Capitol Jan. 6.

Joshua Wagner, of Greenwood, and Israel Tutrow, of Greenfield, are each facing a shot list of federal charges.

– Knowingly Entering or Remaining in any Restricted Building or Grounds.

– Disorderly Conduct Which Impedes the Conduct of Government Business.

– Disruptive Conduct in the Capitol Buildings.

– Parading, Demonstrating or Picketing in the Capitol Buildings.

Wagner has turned himself in to the FBI a few days after the riots once he figured out that they had pictures of him inside the Capitol. The feds also have pictures of Tutrow inside as well. He has not turned himself in and is a wanted man.

Court documents say both men drove to Washington, D.C. together that morning of Jan. 6 to take part in a rally for President Donald Trump. The FBI was able to confirm this through a text message chain on Facebook in which they spoke with a third person who they are not identifying.

That third person when interviewed by federal agents said that to their knowledge, both men did not go to D.C. with the intent of committing violence.

With the charges against Wagner and Tutrow announced, that now makes four Hoosiers who have been charged in the riots at the Capitol. Jon Schaffer, who is from Columbus and a member of the heavy metal rock ban “Iced Earth”, and Kash Kelly of Hammond have also both surrendered to the feds.