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Boulder County man sentenced for taking part in January 6 insurrection

Logan Grover pleaded guilty to parading, demonstrating or picketing for entering the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021.
Credit: FBI

WASHINGTON D.C., DC — A Boulder County man has been sentenced for taking part in the Jan. 6, 2021 insurrection.

Logan Grover pleaded guilty in July 2022 to parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol Building after he entered the U.S. Capitol. 

He had originally faced four counts for his actions that day. The charges included violent entry and disorderly conduct, disorderly and disruptive conduct, and entering and remaining in a restricted building.

A judge sentenced Grover on Friday, Feb. 17 to 24 months probation and 30 days house arrest.  

According to court documents, Grover flew to Washington on Jan. 4 to attend now-former President Donald Trump's "Stop the Steal" rally.

"If you accept the reality that the election was stolen, than you cannot accept Biden as the new president - & neither can I...which is why I flew to DC yesterday. I fought for this nation. Brothers & Sisters lost limbs & life for this nation. I won't sit idle while the nation is stolen some insane, slow motion, treasonous insurrection," a post Grover made on Facebook on Jan. 5 read. 

Later in his Facebook post, Grover wrote, "I have no interest in violence. Sadly, I recognize that violence is highly likely. I'm not certain what's going to happen tomorrow. I am certain I need to be here."

Grover attended the "Stop the Steal" rally and then returned to his hotel room before heading to the Capitol, court documents say. He arrived at the Capitol at 2:45 p.m. 

Credit: FBI
A photo of Logan Grover at the US Capitol, according to the FBI.

Grover snapped pictures of the rioters who were climbing the inauguration stage and scaffolding, and he also took selfies with the crowd in the background, court documents say.

He then went to the east side of the Capitol and entered the Rotunda at about 3:15 p.m. Grover and a group of others pushed past Capitol Police officers who were trying to push people out and prevent them from entering, court documents say.

Grover left the Rotunda at approximately 3:21 p.m. and left the Capitol 11 minutes later. He remained on the east side of the Capitol grounds until 5:06 p.m., according to court documents. The Capitol building suffered more than $2.7 million in damage during the Jan. 6 riot. 

Grover is one of 15 Coloradans, according to 9NEWS' case tracking, who were arrested and charged for taking part in the Jan. 6 insurrection. According to our records, Grover is the tenth Coloradan to plead guilty.

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