ROCHESTER, N.Y. — Federal prosecutors are sharing more details about a local man's alleged involvement in the Capitol riots earlier this month. They are trying to convince a judge to deny his release until a trial because they say he’s a danger to the community and a flight risk.

In a 21-page memorandum in support of pretrial detention, prosecutors laid out some of their alleged evidence against Dominic Pezzola.

In it is a timeline of his alleged involvement, from allegedly stealing a riot shield from Capitol Police, to allegedly breaking a window at the Capitol Building, to allegedly being one of the first protesters inside.

In court paperwork, the FBI says one witness who knew Pezzola alleged they overheard him discussing killing Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Vice President Mike Pence if they were to find them.

Prosecutors say after turning himself in, a search warrant was executed at his Lake Avenue home, where authorities say they found a USB drive with homemade firearms and explosives instructions.

If convicted, Pezzola faces up to 20 years in prison.