Jonathan Daniel Pollock (21) is at large and wanted by federal authorities for multiple assaults on law enforcement personnel…


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The arrest warrant says on 1/6 at nearly 2 p.m., Jonathan Pollock charged at Capitol Police near the steps of the Capitol with a flagpole before it was wrestled away from him. The FBI said Pollock then charged at the fence and pushed it forward while screaming “Let’s Go!” As the fence gave way, agents said Hutchinson and another unnamed associate pulled the fencing away giving rioters unobstructed access to the police in the area.

The FBI said once the gate was down, Pollock then allegedly charged the police line and hurdled rioters in order to attack the police. Pollock allegedly grabbed one officer and pulled him down the steps toward the rioters and did the same with another officer who tried to assist the first officer. The arrest warrant said Pollock fell and then kneed an officer in the face before then punching an officer in the face. Pollock then pushed another officer to the ground by choking him, the FBI said.

According to the arrest warrant, Pollock is then thrown down by another officer as Hutchinson steps in to help Pollock back to his feet. At this point, the FBI said Hutchinson, who was followed by Olivia Pollock carrying a flagpole with an American Flag, and others took up a fighting stance against a line of officers with riot shields. Pollock then allegedly fought with an officer before taking his riot shield.

The arresting document said Pollock was then pushed from behind by other rioters while holding the riot shield in front of himself as they charged the line. Doolin allegedly had a flagpole on his shoulder pointing the end at officers in a javelin-like stance. Federal authorities said Doolin appeared to be hit by chemical spray and dropped the flagpole that was then retrieved by Perkins and thrown towards Pollock and the police officers on the scene.

You can read the Criminal Complaint and the Grand Jury Indictment at the links provided. The full DOJ Press Release is reprinted in its entirety below:

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                                   Thursday, July 1, 2021

Five Indicted for Assault on Law Enforcement During Jan. 6 Capitol Breach

Defendants Charged at Police Lines, Stole Riot Shields and Threw Objects at Police; Three Charged with Use of a Deadly Weapon

Four Florida residents were arrested on June 30 for crimes related to the breach of the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, which disrupted a joint session of the U.S. Congress that was in the process of ascertaining and counting the electoral votes related to the presidential election.

Olivia Michele Pollock, 30; Joshua Christopher Doolin, 22; and Joseph Daniel Hutchinson III, 25, all of Lakeland; as well as Michael Steven Perkins, 37, of Plant City, are charged with federal offenses that include assault on law enforcement, violent entry and disorderly conduct and theft of government property, among other charges. Jonathan Daniel Pollock, 21, of Lakeland, remains at large. Olivia Pollock, Doolin and Perkins made their initial court appearance in the Middle District of Florida on June 30. Hutchison made his initial court appearance in the Middle District of Georgia the same day.

According to court documents, Jonathan and Olivia Pollock, Hutchinson, Doolin and Perkins were on the west side of the Capitol on Jan. 6. At approximately 1:56 p.m., Jonathan Pollock and his younger brother, charged toward a line of police officers while brandishing flagpoles. As depicted in body-worn camera (BWC) footage and publicly available video, Jonathan Pollock screamed “Let’s go!” while trying to push through a metal barricade. Co-defendant Hutchinson grabbed the fence and pulled it back to provide rioters with unobstructed access to the line of police officers. Jonathan Pollock then assaulted three police officers, pulling one down a set of steps, kneeing and punching another in the face, and punching and pushing a third by the neck.

Shortly after 2 p.m., the metal barriers were overrun by rioters and the crowd was now held back by a line of police officers with riot shields. As alleged, Hutchinson charged the line of police officers and began throwing punches. Meanwhile, Jonathan Pollock seized a riot shield from an officer and engaged in a tug-of-war-style conflict before pulling the officer down the steps, breaking the officer’s grasp and taking the shield. Jonathan Pollock then held the riot shield in front of him, charged up the steps and slammed into the police line. Perkins then picked up a flagpole and thrust it into the chest of a police officer. Perkins then raised the flagpole over his head and appeared to strike an officer in the back of his head.

At approximately 2:11 p.m., Jonathan Pollock grappled with another officer and swung his arm to strike the officer while another rioter simultaneously swung at the officer with a flagpole. Hutchinson kicked the line of police officers, and Jonathan Pollock seized a riot shield which he thrust into an officer’s throat and face before thrusting the shield towards another officer. At approximately 2:12 p.m., as police officers began moving down the steps of the Capitol, Hutchinson, followed by Olivia Pollock carrying a flagpole with an American flag, stepped forward and punched an officer who stumbled. Hutchinson then grabbed the jacket sleeve of another officer before throwing them out of his way. Olivia Pollock then attempted to strip an officer of his baton. After being knocked back, Olivia Pollock raised her hands in a fighting posture, elbowed the officer in the chest and again tried to strip the baton from the officer.

By 2:55 p.m., Jonathan and Olivia Pollock, Doolin, and Perkins were standing on the ledge of the upper west terrace. Doolin had zip-tie handcuffs tucked in his belt and a riot-control chemical canister slung over his shoulder. Jonathan Pollock yelled, “Let’s go,” then climbed to the front of the bleachers, grabbed an officer by the shoulders and attempted to pull him over the railings.

By about 4:20 p.m., Jonathan Pollock and Doolin were positioned close to the entrance to the passageway that connects the lower west terrace to the interior of the Capitol building. Another rioter passed a riot shield back to Jonathan Pollock, and he positioned himself at the entrance to the tunnel. For several minutes starting at approximately 4:32 p. m., while others were throwing things at officers, Jonathan Pollock slammed and pushed a riot shield into the line of officers, pinning the officers’ shields and preventing them from defending themselves against the attack. Jonathan Pollock remained positioned with the riot shield at the entrance of the tunnel, blocking officers from advancing out of the tunnel, until at least 4:46 p.m.

The case is being prosecuted by the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia and the Department of Justice National Security Division’s Counterterrorism Section, with valuable assistance provided by the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Middle District of Florida and Middle District of Georgia.

The case is being investigated by the FBI’s Tampa Field Office, which identified Jonathan Pollock as Capitol riot suspects #144 and Hutchinson as #320 in its seeking information photos, as well as the Metropolitan Police Department, with significant assistance provided by the U.S. Capitol Police and FBI’s Washington and Atlanta Field Offices.

In the more than 150 days since Jan. 6, approximately 465 individuals have been arrested on charges related to the Jan. 6 Capitol breach, including over 130 individuals charged with assaulting or impeding law enforcement. The investigation remains ongoing.

As of September 24th 668 insurrectionists have been charged in the Capitol Riot so far, but as evidenced in the case of Jonathan Daniel Pollock… not all of them have been apprehended.


Pollock should be considered armed and dangerous. If you see him call 911. Do not try to apprehend him yourself. DO NOT APPROACH! Even if you personally don’t trust your local police… CALL 911. The FBI cannot get there in mere minutes to make an arrest but those local cops can. If you don’t think they’ll be racing each other to nab an FBI Most Wanted perp then you don’t know jack about cops…

So, Pollock is holing up somewhere. I hope it’s damp, musty, and uncomfortable. I hope he’s having trouble holding his bowels from the constant fear…. If his cohorts know where he is, they’re not talking.

If YOU know where he’s hiding, what the hell are you waiting for… CALL 911!

If you don’t know where he is then the least you could do is share this information widely. Rec this diary, share this diary, retweet these tweets; and then do it again… Everywhere you can think of, as many times as you can. The more people that see this asshole’s smug mug, the better. He deserves his infamy. He also deserves to be locked up for a very very long time. I’m sick of waiting… I want to see this fuck go down!

The FBI continues to seek the public’s assistance in identifying individuals who participated in unlawful conduct during the Capitol Insurrection.


If you have information about individuals who participated in unlawful actions at the U.S. Capitol on January 6th, call 1-800-CALL-FBI (1-‪800-225-5324) or leave a tip online. You may also submit relevant photos and videos to the FBI here.

If you just can’t get enough information about the terrorists who tried to usurp our democracy, then these links are for you…

Department of Justice Capitol Breach Cases

FBI US Capitol Violence Most Wanted

Insider Searchable Table

George Washington University Spreadsheet Updated Daily

NPR Updated Database

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