Three more men from Western Pennsylvania have been charged in connection with the violent storming of the U.S. Capitol in January. Mitchell Vukich, Nicholas Perretta and Samuel Fox all face a list of charges including disorderly conduct and violent entry in a Capitol Building. The three men join a dozen others from Western Pennsylvania charged in the insurrection.
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