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Eagan post office worker sentenced to 6 months probation for role in Jan. 6 US Capitol attack

MINNEAPOLIS — A Minnesota man who worked at an Eagan post office was sentenced to six months of probation and was fined for his role in the January 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol.

Frank Joseph Bratjan Jr. was federally charged with entering a restricted building, disorderly conduct in a restricted building, disorderly conduct at a Capitol building, and parading and demonstrating in a Capitol building. 

Bratjan pleaded guilty in September and was sentenced to six months probation, in addition to a $1,500 fine, $500 restitution, and 60 hours of community service. 

FBI Minneapolis was tipped off in January of 2022 about Bratjan’s presence at the Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, an affidavit says. Multiple tipsters said Bratjan had taken photos of himself at the Capitol and made social media posts about entering the building. 

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Bratjan is among eight other Minnesotans who have been arrested in connection to the riots.

Source: CBS Minnesota

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