Two people from New Castle arrested on charges after the January 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol have reached a plea agreement according to a court document.

According to online federal court records, the U.S. Attorney and attorneys for Philip Vogel, II (AKA Flip) and Debra Maimone have negotiated an agreement to reach pleas in the case.

Attorneys have asked a judge to schedule a hearing on June 1 to enter the pleas.

Both are charged with theft of property, knowingly entering or remaining in any restricted building or grounds without lawful authority as well as violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds.

A complaint states Vogel shot a video of them in the Capitol on Jan. 6, which later surfaced on Maimone's Parler social media account. Vogel panned the camera around the Capitol crypt. When the camera was on Maimone, she removed her American flag mask and said, "It's amazing." Vogel then advised her to put her mask back on saying, "I don't want them to see you."

Security video later showed the two near a group of people who were pushing through law enforcement and forcing a door open. 

The security video also showed Vogel kicking an office door, according to the criminal complaint.

The security video later showed Maimone putting personal protective equipment -- specifically a gas mask -- into Vogel's backpack. Maimone then helped another protester put a gas mask in his backpack, the criminal complaint states. 

Around four minutes later, the security video showed Vogel and Maimone picking up a bag clearly marked police and taking "silver packages" from it, according to the criminal complaint.

U.S. Capitol police say the "silver packages" contain escape hoods, which are a form of personal protective equipment designed to protect a person from chemical agents, biological agents, nuclear or radiological particles and toxic industrial chemicals for a short period of time. 

The criminal complaint states the two are "known associates" outside of the Capitol incident, working together as business partners. 

The two are among 900 people charged in connection with the effort to stop Congress from certifying Joseph Biden as the winner in the race for President in 2020.

Seven of those people are from the Valley. One has committed suicide.