MIAMI (CBSMiami) – A third man from South Florida is now facing charges in connection with the Jan. 6 storming of the Capitol.
According to the FBI, Samuel Camargo posted several photos and videos on Instagram documenting his participation in the riot.READ MORE: Grandmother Hopes For Justice One Year After Murder Of Chassidy Saunders
One post allegedly shows Camargo with a metal piece that he called a “souvenir” from the building.
Camargo is charged with civil disorder as well as knowingly violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds.READ MORE: No Major Accidents After 'Wheels Up, Guns Down' Bicyclists Hit Miami Highways
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His arrest comes a day after Felipe Marquez and Gabriel Garcia were taken into custody on similar charges.
In Marquez’s case, federal prosecutors documented photos from Snapchat videos they said showed him storming the Capitol and inside of a Capitol conference room.MORE NEWS: Butler Gets Triple-Double, Heat Hold Off Raptors 104-99
As for Garcia, federal prosecutors said he was captured on multiple pieces of video inside of the Capitol.