Man Charged For Capitol Unrest Is Out Of Jail, Fired From Job


A San Antonio man arrested for taking part in the unrest at the Capitol two-weeks ago is out of jail and out of a job.

A federal judge presided at 37-year-old Matthew Mazzocco’s first court appearance on Tuesday, which was held virtually. Mazzocco is charged with disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds, and with trespassing.

The judge released Mazzocco on bond subject to certain restrictions, such as not traveling to D.C. Mazzocco was employed as a loan officer with Synergy One Lending, but the company recently fired him.

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