Two January 6 Rioters Sentenced To 44 Months In Prison

James Mault, Cody Mattice sentenced to 44 months in prison for taking part in January 6 riots
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Two Rochester men who took part in the deadly January 6 riots at the U.S. Capitol building have each been sentenced to 44 months in prison.

From Rochester First:

In April, James Mault of Brockport and Cody Mattice of Hilton both pleaded guilty to one count of assaulting, resisting, or impeding a federal officer or employee. In the plea agreement, their case was prevented from going to trial, and sentencing was limited to be between 37 and 46 months in prison.

The two were delivered the same sentencing of 44 months of incarceration, with 36 months of supervision following their respective releases. In addition, the two were both ordered to pay “special assessment” fines of $100 each, and $2000 each in restitutions to the architects of the Capitol.

Read the full report here.

Local news anchor Adam Chodak gave this play-by-play on Twitter: