Around 20 of those people were not charged, meanwhile 70 to 75 people have been charged with crimes such as assault, breaking and entering, destruction of property and other violations.
Fox News is told federal law enforcement officials are looking at “ways in which we can exploit phones and data communications that could give us a mosaic to see if there's a coordinated command and control, that's what we're looking for.”
And there are eight more federal charges pending, mostly for the destruction of property, including federal law enforcement vehicles and the defacing of national monuments.
In Washington, D.C., There have also been "significant injuries" to several federal law enforcement officers since the weekend, including over 50 Park Police officers and more than 30 Secret Service agents, according to federal law enforcement officials.
Bill Barr, the attorney general, has been involved in decisions related to dealing with protesters, including sending riot teams to cities.