BOISE, Idaho — Two men were arrested at the Idaho Statehouse on Monday on disturbing the peace warrants after an investigation into a disturbance outside the home of former Ada County Commissioner and Central District Health (CDH) board member Diana Lachiondo.
40-year-old Robert Jones of Nampa and 44-year-old David Pettinger of Eagle were identified as the suspects of outstanding warrants. The two were taken into custody without incident.
Neither men were arrested as a result of activity at the Statehouse on Monday.
Jones was arrested near a pop-up tent next to a small group of people at around 10:39 a.m. Pettinger was arrested as he and a small group of people entered the Capitol building at around 11:47 a.m.
Both men were booked into the Ada County jail on charges of disturbing the peace from the Dec. 8 incident.
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