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Video from January 6 Capitol riots lands Evan Neumann of Mill Valley on FBI’s Most Wanted list

Mill Valley, CA (KGO)-A man in Mill Valley was on the FBI’s most wanted list.

The agent says he has photos and videos of 48-year-old Evan Newman attacking police during a riot at the US Capitol on January 6.

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This isn’t the first time Neumann has made news locally.

In early 2018, ABC7 News followed him and his brother Mark. When they passed the National Guard and went to trial to visit Fountaingrove’s parents’ home following the Tabus Fire.

Neumann said at the time, “I thought the zone was open. They never ordered us to leave … police told us rather than arresting two brothers who went to their mother’s house. I was told that I had something to do. “

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In that case, both Evan and Mark Newman pleaded guilty, paid a fine, and provided community service.

But for Evan, federal crime is much more serious. He faces 6 counts. These include assault, resistance or obstruction of police officers, obstruction of law enforcement during civil turmoil, and violent invasion and chaotic acts on the premises of the Capitol.

When I visited Neumann’s two-bedroom, one-bathroom home in Mill Valley, I learned today that he sold it for $ 1.3 million last April after those charges.

“We did Google,” said current owner Jason Dubanievic. “We found an eclectic person.”

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He says Neumann had lived in the house for seven years and suspects that the filing of the complaint could explain Neumann’s request to trade in two and a half weeks.

“There was pressure to close. The last thing we heard was that he was in Ukraine.”

“Who said it to you?” We asked.

“Real estate agent.”

One you might know more is Mark, Evan’s brother, who works for a construction company in Petaluma. When we reached out, Mark refused to look at the camera. He said he knew nothing about his brother’s activities on January 6th and his current whereabouts.

However, based on visual evidence from the Capitol in 2018 and January last year, Evan Newman, who some considered a hero and the FBI a felony, apparently automatically obeyed orders, in principle. not.

Tonight he remained in large numbers and still wanted.

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