A Covington man who was charged in connection to the Jan. 6 Capitol riots last month is now behind bars again and faces several additional charges, according to recent court documents.
On July 27, Haynes was arrested at his home in Covington and has been charged for assaulting a family member, according to officials.
This comes after 39-year-old Joshua Dillon Haynes was arrested on six federal charges on Thursday, July 1, for his alleged involvement in the Capitol riots; however, he was released on a $10,000 bond that same day.
Seven days later, he appeared in court and was subsequently ordered to be put on house arrest with GPS monitoring.
At this time, authorities report that Haynes has been in custody since his most recent arrest and currently faces the following charges:
- Malicious bodily injury - felony
- Strangling - felony
- Multiple misdemeanor charges for assault on a family member
- One count of destruction of property
Due to this, the United States has submitted a motion to the court to revoke Haynes’ pretrial release and issue a warrant for his arrest. D.C. prosecutors argue that he must enter an order of revocation and detention because he violated the conditions of his release and committed several crimes.
However, a judge later denied the arrest warrant as moot and said the court’s motion to revoke Haynes’ pretrial release will be held in abeyance.
Read the entire court document here: