Transcript for More arrests made in connection to Capitol siege
Meantime tonight, the nationwide manhunt, finding and arresting rioters, recovering multiple firearms and a cooler containing molotov cocktails. Tonight, we've learned of a former Navy S.E.A.L. And an olympic gold medal swimmer. ABC's Martha Raddatz tonight with late reporting here. Reporter: Tonight, across the nation, scores of arrests have been made in connection to the cop toll insurrection. Federal prosecutors submitting chilling evidence. In the case against Lonnie Coffman, now in custody, authorities seizing from Coffman's truck, multiple firearms, a crossbow and a cooler containing "Particularly lethal" homemade molotov cocktails. Investigators also revealing a handwritten note with possible targets. Retired reserve Navy S.E.A.L. Adam Newbold of Ohio has been interviewed by the FBI after saying online he wanted lawmakers to be left shaking in their shoes. ABC news obtaining a copy of this now deleted Facebook video. Destruction reaching the capitol. Our building. Our house. Reporter: Newbold now says he regrets being in the crowd. And two off-duty police officers from Virginia have been charged after posting this selfie with an obscene gesture inside the there are additional names, many shocking. U.S. Olympic gold medalist klete Keller charged today. Keller, who won swimming medals in three summer games, including Athens in 2004. Keller of the United States. Reporter: "New York Times" reporting former swimmers and coaching coming forward after spotting Keller in a video posted on Twitter from town hall. Keller resigned from his commercial real estate job Tuesday. And usa swimming telling ABC news, "We in no way condone the actions taken by those at the capitol last week." And some even turning in their own family members. 18-year-old Helen aduke recognizing her mom, aunt and uncle among the mob. She called her mom out on Twitter with these side-by-side photos. If I did nothing, I felt that I was as bad as them. Reporter: And the military very disturbed about the involvement of several veterans in the insurrection. The army tonight giving a very stern and sober warning, saying the nation expects all members of the U.S. Army to follow the law in or out of uniform and remain examples of professionalism, character and and David, extraordinary that they had to be reminded. No question about that. All right, Martha Raddatz live from our nation's capitol tonight. Martha, thank you.
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