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Father and son plead guilty to Jan. 6 charges
SALT LAKE CITY — Two Utah men have pleaded guilty to their involvement in the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol.
Bradley Bokoski and his son Matthew Bokoski are both facing misdemeanor charges that include parading and demonstrating on Capitol grounds.
According to court documents, the father and son met up in Washington D.C. to attend a “Stop the Steal” rally.
Following the rally, the men joined a crowd of people on the Capitol grounds. The two eventually entered the Capitol building.
Court documents said Matthew Bokoski took videos inside the Capitol and posted them on his Facebook account. He was inside the Capitol for about five minutes.
The two men’s pleas now bring the total number of Utahns who’ve pleaded guilty in connection to the riot to seven.
Related: Utah man sentenced to home detention/probation for Jan. 6 involvement
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