Thomas DiMassimo was charged federally for jumping on stage during a rally on March 12, 2016, in Vandalia. (Montgomery County Jails)
DAYTON, Ohio (WRGT) -- Thomas DiMassimo, the Fairborn man who is accused of jumping on the stage during a Donald Trump rally in Vandalia, is now facing a charge in federal court.
The U.S. District Court in Dayton has charged 22-year-old DiMassimo with entering a restricted building or grounds after he jumped a barricade and onto the stage at Wright Bros Aero in Vandalia.
After the incident, DiMassimo was interviewed by CNN and said he wasn't trying to harm Trump, but instead wanted to take the microphone and send a message that the GOP front-runner is a racist and a bully.