A former firefighter charged in the Capitol riot took a bus organized by Turning Point USA to DC, filing says

  • A man charged in the Capitol riot said he took a bus organized by Turning Point USA to DC.
  • Robert Sanford, 55, said he rode the bus with 50 other people. 
  • Turning Point USA is a conservative organization geared towards young people. 
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A retired firefighter charged with assaulting Capitol police officers during the January 6 riot arrived in Washington DC by way of a bus organized by Turning Point USA, a recent court filing said. 

Robert Sanford, 55, was arrested on January 14 in Pennsylvania for allegedly throwing a fire extinguisher at Capitol police.

He spent 26 years with the Chester Fire Department in Chester, Pennsylvania before retiring last month. 

A number of charges have been filed against Sanford, including assaulting officers using a dangerous weapon.

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