Over the last few days, reports have broken of two more Capitol police officers found dead, both by apparent suicide.
Officer Gunther Hashida was reportedly found dead last week.
Officer Kyle DeFreytag also reportedly committed suicide last month.
DeFreytag was a five-year veteran of the force and a Pennsylvania native.
He was part of the team used to enforce the curfew after the January 6 riot.
According to the report, he was found dead on July 10.
On Monday, it was also reported that Officer Gunther Hashida had killed himself, found dead in his home last week.
Hashida was a member of the Emergency Response Team in the Special Operations division.
Upon the announcement of his death, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) stated, “All Americans are indebted to him for his great valor and patriotism on January 6th and throughout his selfless service.
“May Officer Hashida’s life be an inspiration to all to protect our Country and Democracy.
“And may it be a comfort to Officer Hashida’s family that so many mourn their loss and pray for them at this sad time.”
These two officers now make the suicide total four within the department post-January 6.
Just days after the riot, Officer Howard Liebengood killed himself, and Officer Jeffrey Smith committed suicide on January 15 after being ordered back to work.