Erin Hawley, the wife of Josh Holley, a US general in Missouri, filed a criminal complaint last month against the organizer of a protest outside the couple’s Virginia home.

ABC News reported that the organizer has been accused of illegally protesting.

Republican senators – who were not in the house when the protests took place – were accused by protesters, who were opposed by a group called ShutdownDC, of ​​their plan to vandalize his residence and challenge his family on January 4 . Electoral college results.

The Cannes City (Mo.) star said that Erin Hawley and the couple’s newborn daughter Abigail were home during the protest, while the senator and the couple’s two sons were back in Missouri.

The protest posted online led the crowd to “Shame on you!” And “Stand up, fight back!” According to ABC, outside the senator’s house.

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At one point, Erin Hawley opened the front door and asked the protesters to leave.

“We’ve got a neighbor and a baby, thanks,” she says but the protesters refused to leave.

US Sen. Josh Holley, R-Mo., Is seen in Washington on October 13, 2020 on Capitol Hill.  (Getty Images)

US Sen. Josh Holley, R-Mo., Is seen in Washington on October 13, 2020 on Capitol Hill. (Getty Images)

“I was horrified and had locked the door,” she later backed up her complaint in a statement.

At another point during the protest, the three men walked up to the door, stating that they planned to leave a copy of the constitution or some signs.

“I was horrified and he closed the door.”

– Erin Hawley, recalling the January 4 protest outside the couple’s Virginia home

Erin Hawley said in the statement that they were shouting, “Come out, come out!”

“I was scared,” she said.

In a Twitter message on 5 January, Sen. Hawley claimed that his wife and child were threatened.

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“Tonight while I was in Missouri, the Antifa crooks came to our place in DC and threatened my wife and newborn daughter, who cannot travel,” Hawley tweeted. “They shouted threats, committed vandalism, and tried to open our doors. Let me clarify: My family and I will not be intimidated by leaving violence.”

A local magistrate found “probable cause” to charge the protest organizer, who was identified as Patrick Young.

But ShutdownDC quashed Erin Hawley’s complaint report.

“We do not know of any summons related to his candlelight vigil in Senator Hawley’s house,” according to the Star, ShutdownDC said in a statement regarding the summons for Young. “Police at the scene did not believe the crime had occurred. This was confirmed by the Vienna Police Department in the days of media reports. If a summons has been issued, it is outrageous that a rich and powerful person – a United States Senator – Can go to his magistrate to get a summons to harass a normal person. “

Anyone is allowed to file a criminal complaint in Virginia.

On Friday night, the group posted Twitter messages accusing Sen. Hawley of “trying to put people in jail.”

Sen. Hawley’s office told ABC that in recent weeks his family “has many threats to his life that are being monitored by authorities.”

But Officer Juan Vazquez, a spokesperson for the Vienna (Va.) Police Department, told the Star that the protesters remained peaceful and there was no evidence of property damage.

“It was a minor incident,” Vazquez said, according to the newspaper. “Originally we got a call that said there was some kind of protest happening in front of a residence in our city … The group was probably 20 to 20 people.”

The officer said the protesters left without incident or arrest, with officials warning them that they were violating ordinances against protests in front of private homes, excessive noise on the sidewalk in chalk and writing.

The protesters used a bullhorn during the gathering and wrote messages like “Trump defeat” in chalk.

The days of opposition came to the homes of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-California, and then Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. R-Why., Vandalism was committed two days before the American Capitol riot.