‘He Scared Me’: Mother, Son Describe Helping Man Steal Pelosi’s Laptop During Insurrection

A New York mother and son have been charged with theft in helping a man stealing House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s laptop during the January 6 insurrection, with the mother saying the man who stole the laptop “scared” her.

Maryann Mooney-Rondon, 55, and her son, Rafael Rondon, 23, of Watertown, New York, were arrested Friday by the FBI in connection with the stolen laptop after a home raid looking for the computer in Alaska, according to court documents.

Mooney-Rondon allegedly admitted to being in both the Capitol and Pelosi’s conference room the day of the riots, the document said. She allegedly provided gloves or a scarf to a man who wanted to steal Pelosi’s laptop without leaving fingerprints.

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