The Feds are coming for the Capitol rioters. Two days after thousands of Trump supporters stormed the nation’s Capitol, federal prosecutors announced that at least 15 cases have been opened and charges have been brought against suspects, including assaulting an officer, weapon possession, unlawful entry, and theft. Defendants include a West Virginia state delegate, the man famously photographed with his foot on a desk in House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s office, and a guy allegedly caught with what an official described as 11 Molotov cocktails filled with “homemade napalm.” (…) Officials did not provide details in all cases, but they did highlight charges against a handful of high-profile suspects. West Virginia state delegate Derrick Evans, who live-streamed himself storming the Capitol, has been charged with entering a restricted area. Richard Barnett, who was famously photographed sitting in House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s office, was arrested in Little Rock, Arkansas, Friday morning. He faces three counts: entering and remaining in a restricted building, violent entry of Capitol grounds, and theft of public property. Mark Leffingwell has been charged with assaulting a Capitol Police officer, knowingly entering restricted grounds, and violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds. And Christopher Alberts of Maryland was charged with “not only entering the U.S. Capitol but having in his possession a Taurus 9 mm handgun that was loaded with 9 mm caliber ammunition,” Kohl said.

via vice: The Guy With His Feet on Pelosi’s Desk, a West Virginia Lawmaker, and More: Who’s Being Charged in the Capitol Riots