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U.S. Capitol Police Officer Arrested After Pointing Gun in Maryland Hotel Dispute

Whatever really happened, it’s not good for the U.S. Capitol Police image. Some charges were dropped but the officer still faces some others.

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By Ruben Castaneda
Washington Post Staff Writer

U.S. Capitol Police Officer Victor E. Bryant and his girlfriend, Angela Montgomery, checked into a room at the Hampton Inn in National Harbor one afternoon last month. The Charles County couple planned on attending a concert, drinking some beer and spending the night.

Members of the Day family from Michigan checked into the Hampton Inn a few hours later. They were in Maryland for a family reunion and were looking forward to taking in some of Washington’s sights.

A hotel worker mistakenly assigned them the room already given to Bryant and Montgomery. The two sets of hotel guests don’t agree on what happened when they encountered each other later that night. But it clearly didn’t go well.

By the end of the evening, Bryant was in handcuffs, charged with three counts of assault for allegedly pointing his service weapon at two members of the Day family and a hotel worker and threatening to shoot one of the Days.

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