Virginia Firefighter Charged With Felony Rioting During Trump Inauguration

A Henrico (VA) County firefighter has been reassigned after she was arrested for rioting in Washington DC on Inauguration Day.

Court documents said that Rosa Roncales was a part of an anarchist group that disrupted inauguration events by smashing windows and setting things on fire.

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Roncales was charged with felony rioting in connection to the incidents that caused in excess of $100,000, according to court documents.

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  1. Rich Bawol

    What’s with being reassigned? I believe termination would be in order here. The arson alone should be enough to send her packing.

  2. Greg Miller

    I hope they put her feet to the coals, hopefully they can find the organizers of the riots.

  3. likeyoudontalreadyknow

    An anarchist with a government job – what a pathetic hypocrite.

  4. Gillettestevens

    Reassigned? She was found to be part of an anarchist group that set things ON FIRE. She should be terminated immediately.

    • Travis May

      She probably will be fired within a week or two. It’s just a standard investigation that’s intended to the good employees from being wrongly let go. It’s like in legal cases – Innocent until proven guilty.

    • Paul Kisling

      Probably the Union.

  5. ahaz

    Anarchist Group? This is SOP for prosecutors justifying mass arrests that shouldn’t have occurred in the first place.

    • Alan Doherty

      Anarchist: : a person who rebels against any authority, established order, or ruling power… justification?… menacing behavior causing destruction of property and a clear and present danger to those around them… it doesn’t justify mass arrests … just those who openly flaunt the law to the detriment of those around them…

      • Travis

        Actually those mass arrests in DC were 100% warranted.

        What the police did is herd all the rioters into a massive police trap and arrested them all.

        • Alan Doherty

          Agree 100%… but arrests always deal with an individuals actions

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