The Charlottesville City employee who apologized for participating in the riot at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 has a history of aggressive behavior, police records show.

The Daily Progress reports on a 2020 road rage incident in which Donald Allen Groat II, who works in IT for the city, pleaded guilty to reckless driving. Albemarle County General District Court documents show that he was ordered to turn in his firearms and receive counseling after pointing a handgun at another motorist on the U.S. 29. Interim City Manager Michael Rogers has said that Groat has not been charged with any crimes related to Jan. 6, which is part of why he has not faced disciplinary measures as an employee.