A woman from Boise, Idaho, who livestreamed from inside the U.S. Capitol building on Jan. 6 has been arrested, according to the Idaho Statesman.
Yvonne St Cyr, 53, was arrested on Wednesday on a warrant issued by the U.S. District Court in the District of Columbia, according to a news release from the FBI. It’s not yet known what her charges will be.
Before she stormed the Capitol, St Cyr wrote multiple Facebook posts in support of the QAnon conspiracy theory. Video she took on Jan. 6 shows a mob of people on the Capitol steps. The camera then flips to show St Cyr inside the building and her mentioning that she needs to charge her phone.
On Jan. 7, she and her husband, Troy, uploaded a video to Facebook Live where she talked about how she “made CNN” when she leaned out a window and reportedly yelled “this is our house.”
“God put me in that window, so I’m assuming God put me on CNN screaming like a mad woman,” St Cyr said. “So hey, maybe I’m going to get arrested again, but I would get arrested and I would die for this country. So no regrets.”
According to the Statesman, as of Thursday afternoon St Cyr was being held at the Ada County Jail on a federal U.S. Marshals Service hold.
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