Air Force veteran (probably dishonorably discharged) who was shot at Capitol had a lengthy criminal record

EXCLUSIVE: Female Trump rioter, 35, who was shot dead by cops while storming the Capitol had charges of reckless endangerment, malicious destruction of property and tampering with a car on her rap sheet
Ashli Babbitt, 35, died from a gunshot wound to the chest after she joined dozens of protestors who stormed the Capitol on Wednesday
A witness to the shooting suggested she was shot by police when she tried to climb through a broken window to get into congressional chambers can reveal she was previously prosecuted for reckless endangerment, malicious destruction of property in July 2016
The 14-year Air Force veteran was also the subject of two restraining orders
Babbitt, then named McEntree, was also prosecuted for tampering with a 2012 Ford on a country road in Prince Frederick, a Maryland town outside D.C.
Court records reveal police found probable cause for the two criminal charges, but Calvert County court acquitted her of the reckless endangerment charge
She was found not guilty of malicious destruction or tampering
Babbitt was subject to a temporary peace order filed in February 2017
An unidentified loved one sent Babbitt a text as she flew to DC for the protest,
'Be safe. I cannot lose you,' the sender wrote, as Babbitt texted back a selfie from her airplane seat wearing a 'Trump 2020' mask
She wrote: 'Tons of trump supporters on my plane!!!! I'll watch my 6' – using the military term for looking out behind you

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