DAY IN COURT — Suzanne Ianni is set to be sentenced today for her role in the Jan. 6, 2021, U.S. Capitol riot as other Massachusetts defendants’ cases head toward trial.
Ianni pleaded guilty in September to storming the Capitol building after lining up buses to Washington, D.C., for members of conservative activist group “Super Happy Fun America,” which organized the 2019 “straight pride parade” in Boston. Federal prosecutors want Ianni, a former Natick Town Meeting member, to serve 30 days in prison, 36 months probation, perform 60 hours of community service and pay $500 in restitution, per court documents.
Pittsfield’s Troy Sargent, who pleaded guilty to six riot-related charges including hitting a police officer, is also slated for sentencing this month. He could face up to 8 years in prison for assaulting or impeding officers and up to 5 years for civil disorder, both felonies.
North Adams’ Brian McCreary was sentenced to three years’ probation, including 42 days of intermittent incarceration and two months’ home detention, a $2,500 fine and $500 in restitution, earlier this year after pleading guilty to a misdemeanor charge.
Chase Allen of Seekonk pleaded guilty last month to stomping on equipment in a media staging area on the Capitol grounds. Stefanie Chiguer of Dracut has also pleaded guilty to parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building.
Three others are awaiting trial — Athol resident Vincent Gillespie on Dec. 19; Noah Bacon of…