QAnon Debunking Wiki

This page to list criminal arrests of qanon followers, suspected followers and conspiracy theorists. There are quite a few, please help us expand it.


Cecilia Fullbright[]

A Waco, Texas, woman arrested August 12th 2020 and charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and driving while intoxicated​ appears to have been motivated by the QAnon conspiracy theory President Donald Trump spoke positively of during a White House press conference Wednesday.


Fulbright’s actions were influenced by her beliefs​ in the far-right conspiracy theory QAnon and its new soft front, #SaveTheChildren.


By the time of Fulbright’s arrest, Molina said Fulbright “had been on a three-day bender on this QAnon stuff, and the last thing she said to me was that the aliens gave her free power.” Fulbright claimed to Molina that her red 1984 Pontiac Fiero “was powered with free power from the aliens​.”​


This undated booking photo provided by the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office, in Colorado, shows Cynthia Abcug. Abcug, accused of working with supporters of QAnon to have her son kidnapped from foster care, can be put on trial, a judge ruled Thursday, Aug. 13, 2020. (Douglas County Sheriff’s Office via AP)

Cynthia Abcug[]

CASTLE ROCK — A Colorado woman accused of working with supporters of QAnon to have her son kidnapped from foster care can be put on trial, a judge ruled Thursday.

Judge Lawrence Bowling admitted his decision was a “close call” because the prosecution did not definitively lay out Cynthia Abcug’s role in what authorities say was a scheme with supporters of QAnon, a far-right conspiracy theory centered on the belief that President Donald Trump is waging a secret campaign against enemies of the “deep state” and a child sex trafficking ring.

Anthony Comello displays writing on his hand that includes the letter Q, used to signify the conspiracy theory QAnon, during a March hearing in New Jersey. Comello is accused of killing the reputed boss of New York's Gambino crime family, Francesco "Franky Boy" Cali.

Anthony Comello[]

A 24-year-old man who has been charged with shooting to death a reputed New York mob boss earlier this year thought he was under the influence of QAnon, pro-Trump Internet postings about the president supposedly battling a cabal of liberal elites, his lawyer wrote in a recent submission to New York state court.

Matthew Wright[]

In June 2018 Matthew Wright Blocked the Mike O'Callaghan–Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge spanning the Colorado River and near the Hoover Dam with an armored truck.[3] In his standoff with Law Enforcement he was seen holding a sign calling for the release of the OIG report referring to the investigation of James Comey's handling of the Hilary Clinton emails running up to the 2016 election (released the day before).[4] After an hour long stand off Matthew attempted to leave running over a tire strip and eventually coming to a stop in the desert where he was Arrested. On February 4th 2020 he plead guilty to "making a terroristic threat, aggravated assault and unlawful flight from pursuing law enforcement vehicle."[5]