Marissa A Suarez TWEET THIS
Former corrections officer and Insurrectionist who pled guilty to taking part in the Jan 6 Capitol Riots
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Tuesday the 12nd
No Jail Time for Former Corrections Officer (Marissa Suarez) and Friend (Patricia Todisco) Who Together Breached the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 A New Jersey woman who was working as a corrections officer when she and a friend breached the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 will not spend any time behind bars.
Wednesday the 17th
Union Beach woman (Marissa Suarez), a former Monmouth County jail officer, indicted in Capitol riot case Marissa A. Suarez is facing six counts along with another New Jersey woman, Patricia Todisco.
Wednesday the 27th
Marissa Suarez took 'emergency holiday' to attend Capitol riot, arrested with friend (Patricia Todisco)
Saturday the 23rd
Court record: Jail officer (Marissa Suarez) took holiday to take part in Capitol riot Court record: Jail officer on 'emergency holiday' took part in Capitol riot
Friday the 22nd
Feds charge an N.J. anti-vax activist (Stephanie Hazelton) and a correctional officer (Marissa Suarez) in Capitol riot Stephanie Hazelton, of Medford, who also identifies herself as Ayla Wolf, can be seen on video posted to YouTube directing a crowd that was pushing through the building’s West Terrace entrance.
Tuesday the 19th
Wednesday the 6th
January 6th Washington D.C. Capitol Riot
Emergency room nurse and Insurrectionist who pled guilty to taking part in the Jan 6 Capitol Riots Case Information: Justice.gov Case# 1:21-CR-205 - Marissa A Suarez Status: GUILTY Charge: PARADING, DEMONSTRATING, OR PICKETING IN A CAPITOL BUILDING Sentence: 36 months probation, $2,000 fine, $500 restitution, 60 hours community service. Docs: Timeline:
Arrested 1/22/21 in the District of New Jersey.
Initial appearance 1/25/21. Released on conditions.
Appearance on 1/27/21 in federal court in the District of Columbia
Indicted 3/10/21 and arraigned on 3/18/21. Suarez pleaded not guilty to all counts.
Pleaded guilty 5/2/22.
Sentenced 7/12/22 to36 months’ probation, $2,000 fine, $500 restitution, 60 hours community service.
Last Update: July 12, 2022 Summary: Entering the Senate wing door entrance of the Capitol building at or about 3:06 p.m. Seen in office of Senator Merkley. (via MongrelData) More Information: Hashtags:
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