Nicholas LanguerandLast Updated: July 18, 2022
Insurrection Related Information
- Present at Capitol on 1/6
- Arrested in Little River, South Carolina
- Sentenced on Jan 26, 2022
Languerand was involved in attempts to interfere with uniformed police who were on duty protecting the U.S. Capitol building from rioters.
As depicted in publicly available video and photos reviewed by the FBI, Languerand can be seen in the Lower West Terrace tunnel throwing a variety of objects at law enforcement, including what appears to be a traffic barrier, can of pepper spray and stick-like object. At approximately 5:02 p.m., Languerand was captured on video holding a police shield and hitting it against the ground.
DOJ Case Number:
- Assaulting, Resisting or Impeding an Officer Using a Dangerous Weapon
- Civil Disorders,
- Aiding and Abetting
- Knowingly Entering or Remaining in any Restricted Building or Grounds Without Lawful Authority
- Using a Dangerous Weapon
- Violent Entry and Disorderly Conduct on Capitol Grounds
Timeline of Litigation
ArrestedLittle River, South Carolina | April 15, 2021
ArraignedMay 24, 2021 "Initial appearance and arraignment held 5/24/21. Pleaded not guilty to all charges."
ChargedMay 12, 2021 "Indicted 5/12/21."
Status ConferenceSeptember 10, 2021 "Status conference set for 9/10 at 9:15 am."
Plea AgreementNovember 3, 2021 "Plea agreement entered 11/3/2021 and pleaded guilty to count 2."
SentencedJanuary 26, 2022 "Sentenced 1/26/22 to 44 months in prison, to be followed by two years of supervised release, 60 hours of community service, $2,000 restitution."
- Prison: 44 month(s)
- Parole/Supervised Release: 24 month(s)
- Community Service: 60 hour(s)
- Fine/Restitution: $2000
South Carolina Man Sentenced to 44 Months in Prison for Assaulting Law Enforcement During Capitol BreachPublished on January 26, 2022 Read at US Department of Justice
South Carolina Man Arrested for Assault on Law Enforcement During Jan. 6 Capitol BreachPublished on April 23, 2021 Read at US DOJ
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