A Cape May man was among those arrested at the U.S. Capitol Jan. 6 when a large group of Pro-Trump loyalists stormed the building during the 2020 Election's certification process.

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WASHINGTON - A Cape May man was one of several arrested during the Jan. 6 storming of the U.S. Capitol, in Washington, led by President Trump loyalists, reported

Leonard Guthrie was one of 10 charged with unlawful entry, as stated in a Jan. 7 release from U.S. Capitol Police. 

The incident interrupted the vote to accept the Electoral College results declaring Joe Biden as president-elect.

As of Jan. 6, 52 people were arrested in connection to the incident, including 26 on the Capitol grounds. Fourteen police officers were injured.

One woman, identified as a protestor, was shot and killed by police, and three others died after suffering medical emergencies related to the breach, the report continued.

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