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Lonnie Coffman, the man accused of driving a pickup truck filled with Molotov cocktails and other deadly weapons to the nation’s capital, represents the worst nightmare for law enforcement, experts say — an extremist who operated completely under the radar

Lonnie Coffman, the man accused of driving a pickup truck filled with Molotov cocktails and other deadly weapons to the Capitol, represents the worst nightmare for law enforcement, experts say — an extremist who operated completely under the radar.

“I have never talked with him,” neighbor Lauren Holt said of Lonnie Coffman. “But I know he was very standoffish. He has ‘no trespassing’ signs in his yard and a log blocking his driveway.” The Alabama man faces a 17-count indictment in the D.C. riots.

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DEVELOPING: Authorities are searching the home of U.S. Capitol riot suspect Lonnie Coffman in north Alabama.

Lonnie Coffman, the man accused of driving a pickup truck filled with Molotov cocktails and other deadly weapons to the Capitol, represents the worst nightmare for law enforcement, experts say — an extremist who operated completely under the radar.

Lonnie Coffman, the man accused of driving a pickup truck filled with Molotov cocktails and other deadly weapons to the Capitol, represents the worst nightmare for law enforcement, experts say — an extremist who operated completely under the radar.

Lonnie Coffman, the man accused of driving a pickup truck filled with Molotov cocktails and other deadly weapons to the Capitol, represents the worst nightmare for law enforcement, experts say — an extremist who operated completely under the radar.

Lonnie Coffman, the man accused of driving a pickup truck filled with Molotov cocktails and other deadly weapons to the Capitol, represents the worst nightmare for law enforcement, experts say — an extremist who operated completely under the radar.

Lonnie Coffman, a 70-year-old Alabama man arrested following the breach at the U.S. Capitol, will be held without bond until his trial. He has been indicted on 17 charges after the seizure of nearly a dozen Molotov cocktail explosive devices and guns.

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A federal judge has denied Lonnie Coffman’s request to be released. The Falkville man faces 17 charges with more potentially coming after Capitol police found Molotov cocktails in his truck parked near the Capitol on January 6.

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Lonnie Coffman of Alabama left a gun on his seat. Police searched his truck and found an assault rifle and 11 Molotov cocktails with the effect of napalm. When he returned to the scene and couldn’t get to his vehicle, he advised the cops that the red truck was his.

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Another suspect arrested in D.C., Lonnie Coffman of Alabama, had 11 Molotov cocktails in his truck as well as an M4 Carbine assault rifle plus rifle magazines loaded with ammunition. When the police arrested him, he was carrying a 9mm handgun.

Lonnie Coffman, 70, had five illegal firearms, according to prosecutors — two pistols, one revolver, an AR-15 and a shotgun — in addition to the Molotov cocktails and a "large capacity ammo feeding device."

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