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Jenny Cudd and Eliel Rose have been arrested by the FBI for their involvement in the disturbances at the capitol. At this time we do not know if they have been booked into the Midland or Ector county jail as they do not appear in the jail records.
Cudd is a former Midland mayoral candidate and business owner who went viral after her Facebook live videos of her involvement in the Capitol riots. Rosa was the head of immigration and policy for Jamie Berryhill’s campaign for the District 11 job following the retirement of Mike Conaway.
The two appeared before Judge Griffin on Wednesday shortly after 2 p.m. His middle partner Eliel Rosa, who was granted political asylum after moving to the United States from Brazil, was also charged and released on Wednesday.
Rosa and Cudd traveled to Washington, DC together, and both entered the Capitol building after riots broke out there, according to posts on Cudd’s since-deleted social media pages. In an excerpt from a Facebook live video that has been viewed on Twitter more than 7 million times, Cudd said: “We broke down Nancy Pelosi’s door and someone stole her gavel.”
Charged and arrested
They both face Class A and B misdemeanor charges. The Class A misdemeanor includes knowingly entering a federal building without permission to do so and engaging in disorderly conduct without permission to do so.
If convicted, they could face 0 to 1 year in prison, up to a $ 100,000 fine, a one-year supervised release, and a $ 25 special assessment. Class B misdemeanors include trespassing or disorderly conduct on the premises. Capitol.
Cudd and Rosa could face six months in prison, a fine of up to $ 5,000 and a special assessment of $ 25 if convicted. Cudd and Rosa have been released on a public relations bond. A judge in DC oversees the charges.
In her Facebook live videos, Cudd talked about how they broke down the door to President Nancy Pelosi’s office, though she later claimed that “we” she used was reportedly in a general sense in her video and that she actually did not participate in that event.
During an interview with NewsWest 9, Cudd claimed that she did not do anything illegal while she was in the capitol.
She also claimed that she had received multiple death threats directed at his Midland florist, as well as hundreds of bad reviews.
As of Tuesday, the FBI says it has traded more than 70 people and is investigating many more, including several from West Texas.
Midland Mayor Patrick Payton’s office has released the following statement in connection with the FBI investigation:
As for the events surrounding Jenny Cudd, this is a federal matter and has been since all the events unfolded last week in DC. The Mayor will reserve any additional comments for much later and will encourage us to reserve any further speculation or judgment on these matters until more is known and federal authorities move forward with their work on this matter.