By ROCCO PARASCANDOLA - NEW YORK DAILY NEWS |JAN 14, 2021
Police are receiving more and more tips about New York-area extremists linked to the U.S. Capitol riot, a top NYPD official said Thursday.
“So far, it’s been shifting upward,” Deputy Commissioner John Miller said of the information gathered since last Wednesday’s rampage left five dead. “This is a process that’s going to go on for some time.”
“I think there’s a great deal of determination here that however long it takes, however many leads there are, that they’re all going to be followed up,” said Miller, who oversees the NYPD’s intelligence and counterterrorism bureaus.
A handful of New York-area residents have been linked to the Capitol riot, though not all have been charged.
The most notable riot-related arrest was Tuesday’s bust in Queens of Eduard Florea, 40
Florea, who authorities label a wannabe Proud Boy, was not at the Capitol. But he had in his home more than 1,000 rounds of ammunition, two dozen shotgun rounds, 75 combat knives, two hatchets and two swords, prosecutors said. Florea also allegedly threatened public officials.
In late 2019, the NYPD formed a unit, REME, for Racially and Ethnically Motivated Extremism, designed to fight in the city the type of groups linked to the Capitol rampage. But Miller said such extremism is not fully organized, and thus not easy to track.
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