A New York City sanitation worker is now facing charges after a video allegedly showed him inside the capitol during the siege. Jeffrey Sabol turned himself in to the FBI Friday morning in Rye to face charges of obstructing a law enforcement officer during a civil disorder. Sabol is allegedly seen on video published by the Washington Post “in a fit of rage” in a tan jacket, black helmet and green backpack, items prosecutors said he admitted to wearing the day of the riot. “What do we see in that video? We see the defendant dragging a police officer down a set of stairs,” assistant US Attorney Benjamin Gianforti said during a court appearance. “This allows another man to beat that officer with an American flag, ironically.” Sabol tried to flee the country following the January 6 insurrection, booking a flight from Logan Airport in Boston to Switzerland, a non-extradition country, according to federal prosecutors. “He buys a ticket to a place where he knows he won’t get shipped back home to face the music,” Gianforti said. Prosecutors said Sabol attempted suicide. He was arrested at the Westchester Medical Center. “This is a man who just can’t face the fact who is facing a felony charge because of his actions January 6,” Gianforti said

via abc7ny: More local arrests in Capitol insurrection, including man who allegedly enabled officer flag beating