An Atlanta teenager has been arrested in connection with the January 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol.
According to a tweet from the FBI’s Atlanta field office, Bruno Joseph Cua, 18, was arrested by the FBI on Friday for “charges related to criminal acts” at the Capitol.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that Cua’s charges have not yet been made public. Once they are made public, they will be posted to the Department of Justice website. An FBI spokesman confirmed that a search warrant was executed at Cua’s home in Milton. The teen was not arrested at his home.
It is unclear what actions Cua took at the Capitol.
Cua was previously cited for violating the city’s public disturbance ordinance in December after driving around an elementary school parking lot and blaring an air horn with a Trump flag flying from his truck, according to a report in the Milton Herald. He told officers he wasn’t doing “donuts” but instead needed to gain enough speed to get his flag to flap in the wind.
Bruno Joseph Cua, 18, of Milton, GA was arrested by #FBI Atlanta Friday on charges relating to criminal acts at the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2021. The charging documents will be made available by DOJ at: https://t.co/w1XMUfb3ZC @FBIWFO pic.twitter.com/oYhq62jv50
— FBI Atlanta (@FBIAtlanta) February 6, 2021