A Qanon-backing city sanitation department employee was arrested in Brooklyn on Thursday night for his alleged role in the siege on the U.S. Capitol building.

Dominick Madden, 43, was seen on video entering the Capitol with scores of rioters on January 6th, wearing a blue Qanon sweatshirt and carrying an American flag, according to the federal complaint.

A spokesperson for NYC Department of Sanitation told Gothamist that Madden has been suspended without pay for his alleged role in the insurrection.

The trash hauler was interviewed by DSNY last Friday, and admitted that he'd called out sick on the day of the riot, the complaint states.

Federal authorities said they identified Madden by tracing his phone number to a Telegram account, where his profile showed him in a different Qanon shirt, in front of a Thin Blue Line flag. The avatar also includes an image of Mel Gibson in Braveheart.

Madden's profile on Telegram, according to authorities

He was arrested by FBI agents at Sheepshead Bay home on Thursday evening and charged with violent entry on Capitol grounds, entering a restricted building, and disorderly conduct. He is expected to be arraigned on Friday.

At least 17 New York residents have now been charged for their alleged role in the Capitol insurrection, including several active and retired city workers. Both the FDNY and the NYPD have said they are investigating reports that their members were among those who participated in the siege.

On Thursday, feds also arrested Chris Kelly, a Rockland County man who allegedly bragged about bringing his brother, a retired NYPD officer, to the January 6th event.

“I’ll be with ex NYPD and some proud boys,” he wrote, according to prosecutors.

Chris Kelly, who said he was the brother of retired NYPD officer, seen outside the Capitol