JEFFERSON COUNTY, Mo. (KMOV.com) -- A Cedar Hill man was charged with participating in the Capitol riot on January 6.
Nicholas Reimler was charged with violent entry and disorderly conduct Friday, as well as entry of a restricted government building, after prosecutors determined he was among those that forcibly entered the U.S. Capitol following a rally for then-President Donald Trump. Both charges are misdemeanors.
Reimler appeared virtually for his initial court appearance. The charge of violent entry and disorderly conduct carries a maximum of six months in prison. Entering a restricted building carries a sentence of up to one year. He is the fourth St. Louis-area resident facing charges for involvement in the riot.
To view the FBI's photos of suspects at the Capitol on Jan. 6, visit here.
You're asked to call the FBI at 800-call-FBI or submit a tip at fbi.gov if you know any of the people seen at the Capitol riot.
The attorney for the Lake St. Louis man charged for his alleged role in the Capitol riots in Washington, D.C. last month says his client "regrets his decision now."