An Alabama woman pleaded guilty Thursday to her role in the Jan. 6 breach at the U.S. Capitol.
Kari Dawn Kelley, a 40-year-old insurance adjuster from Mobile, was charged with unlawful entry of a restricted building and disorderly conduct.
Kelley pleaded guilty to parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building, according to courthousenews.com. She could face up to six months in prison.
Kelly was among the crowd that forced its way into the building while the joint session of Congress was underway to certify the vote count of the Electoral College.
The federal complaint against Kelley was filed under seal on Feb. 10 and later was made public. She was arrested in Mobile in February and appeared before Federal Magistrate Judge Bert Milling.
According to the criminal complaint filed against her, the FBI on Jan. 21 became aware that Kelley had been inside the Capitol. Kelly was seen in footage climbing through an open window and was present in the Senate wing of the building.
The footage time stamp was 2:56 p.m. It showed her in a ponytail, a cream-colored scarf and a hooded Adidas sweatshirt. Kelly was seen recording the events on her cell phone. The FBI said they verified Kelley’s identity through database checks.
Over 150 people have now pleaded guilty to their role in the Jan. 6 Capitol riot, out of the about 700 people who have been charged.
Kelley is set to be sentenced on March 17.