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Federal officers use crowd control munitions to disperse Black Lives Matter protesters outside the Mark O. Hatfield United States Courthouse on Tuesday, July 21, 2020, in Portland, Ore. (AP Photo/Noah Berger)

On Monday US Attorney for Oregon Billy Williams announced that 22 more people had been charged with various federal crimes after being arrested during rioting over the weekend.

Six people have been charged for activities on July 23, 2020, including  Carly Anne Ballard, 34, and David Michael Bouchard, 36 — charged with assaulting federal officers; and Josslynn Kreutz, 28, Dakota Eastman, 30, Ezra Meyers, 18, and Mark Rolycanov, 28, are charged with failing to obey lawful orders.

Ronald Bernard Hickey, 44, a Canadian National, was charged for using his Twitter account, @TawasiSoce, to knowingly release personal information of these federal employees in an attempt to threaten, intimidate, or incite violence against them.

Eight people have been charged for activities on July 25, 2020, including Rebecca Gonzales-Mota, 37; Stephen O’Donnell, 65; Thomas Johnson, 33; Nathan Oderdonk-Snow, 21; Joshua Webb, 22; Pablo Avvacato, 26; and Doug Dean, 34 — all charged with assaulting federal officers. Richard Lindstet, 33, is charged with operating a drone in restricted airspace.

Seven people have been charged for activities July 26, 2020, including Michael Stephenson, 23; Caleb Willis, 29; Noelle Mandolfo, 30; Travis Williams, 27; Patrick Stanford, age unknown; Coree Jefree, age unknown; and Tyler Gabriel, 22 — all charged with assaulting federal officers.

If the assault with conducted with an item that could cause death or serious bodily injury, the statutory maximum term of imprisonment is 20 years.  The sentencing guidelines would call for sentences of 2-3 years absent a serious injury to an officer.

Based on video from Monday night, many rioters are now freely employing dangerous weapons: