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Washington Post/Woman accused of taking laptop from Pelosi’s office has been arrested, officials say
An alleged Capitol rioter accused by a former partner of stealing a laptop or hard drive from Nancy Pelosi's office has surrendered to authorities, two sources confirmed to CBS News. The former partner of Riley Williams told authorities that she planned to give the device to a friend who would sell it to Russia's foreign intelligence service, a claim that authorities are investigating but have not yet confirmed.
An alleged Capitol rioter was arrested Monday after her former romantic partner accused her of taking a laptop or hard drive from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s office with the intention of selling it to the Russians, authorities said.
Federal authorities said they have arrested Capitol rioter Riley June Williams and are investigating claims from a “former romantic partner” that Williams stole a laptop or hard drive from the office of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.).
The FBI has arrested the fugitive Pennsylvania care worker accused of stealing a computer device from the office of Nancy Pelosi during the DC riots and later attempting to sell it to Russian spies.