MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- A Rochester woman charged in the U.S. Capitol insurrection last January has been released from custody.

FBI agents arrested 39-year-old Victoria White Thursday and she later appeared before a federal magistrate. Judge Becky Thorson ordered White's release on the conditions that she remain law abiding, not possess a gun and appear before magistrate judge in Washington, D.C., via Zoom, on April 15.

White did not enter a plea.

The Minnesota U.S. Attorney's Office says among the charges White is facing are violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds, obstruction of justice and entering a restricted building or grounds.

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