RAW VIDEO: FBI raids Jefferson Park home Lyons will likely be released Wednesday. His next hearing out of Washington D.C. is set for January 19. He's been ordered to have no contact with anyone associated with last week's Capitol riot.
Magistrate Judge Gabriel Fuentes set a $10,000 unsecured bond on two misdemeanor charges related to Lyons' alleged actions last week.According to a federal criminal complaint unsealed Wednesday, Lyons allegedly posted a map showing a route from Chicago to Washington D.C. on Instagram with the caption "I refuse to tell my children that I sat back and did nothing. I am heading to DC to STOP THE STEAL!"
RELATED: Chicago police investigating if employees involved in DC attack Investigators say Lyons told agents that he mostly stayed in the hallways of the Capitol after entering through a rear door but did "enter the 'big boss' office" -- a reference to Speaker Pelosi's office.In the complaint, prosecutors say Lyons told them he was in Pelosi's office with 20 to 30 people until a Capitol Police Officer entered with a gun drawn and ordered them out. He claims that he was able to pass by "several officers with AR-15 rifles" and leave the Capitol building despite tear gas deployment on the second floor of the building. He then apparently returned to his vehicle and left Washington D.C.Wednesday, agents at his Northwest Side home were seen carrying out potential evidence, including computers and electronic hardware. They also searched his private vehicle and a van labeled as an HVAC service.
RAW VIDEO: FBI raids Jefferson Park home
Lyons will likely be released Wednesday. His next hearing out of Washington D.C. is set for January 19. He's been ordered to have no contact with anyone associated with last week's Capitol riot.