S. WHITEHALL TWP., Pa. - The FBI is still rounding up people who stormed the Capitol on Jan. 6.
"We don't care whether it is left, right, up or down, diagonal or any other way, if the ideology is motivating violence and it violates federal law, we're coming after it," said FBI Director Christopher Wray.
Now a South Whitehall man is facing charges. The criminal complaint says Jackson Kostolsky is charged with knowingly entering a restricted area, and violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds.
After the FBI was tipped off, Kostolsky admitted to going through an open door with a group and while inside the Capitol he took video on his cell phone, which he said he had deleted. After executing a search warrant for his phone, agents found photos and videos that were taken outside the Capitol. They were able to recover the deleted video, which they say proved he went inside the building.
Kostolsky, dressed in a backwards red hat and leopard print vest, was also identified on security footage from inside the Capitol.
Kostolsky is now one of several from this area who have been accused of playing a role in the Jan. 6 insurrection. Craig Bingert of Washington Township is accused of pushing a barricade into police officers in an apparent attempt to enter the Capitol grounds and building.
The two men have lots of company - 26 Pennsylvanians have been accused of participating in the Capitol riot, the most of any state.