New York GOP district manager arrested for role in Capitol riot
A New York Republican district chief from Queens was arrested after photos and videos emerged of breaking into the Capitol during the January 6 riot.
Congregation District 24 official Philip Grillo was arrested Monday after it was confirmed he was in the Capitol and building during the January 6 riot. according to a Gothamist report.
Grillo dressed in his Knights of Columbus jacket as he walked through the Capitol Halls after entering through a broken window.
The 46-year-old was a vocal Trump supporter in his community and has called his district “Trump’s hometown district”. The Daily News reported.
Grillo was one of the first to enter the building and “meet with a …