Federal prosecutors have dropped the criminal case against a New York man who was accused of participating in the riot at the U.S. Capitol. It appears to be the first such move by the Justice Department in its sprawling Jan. 6 prosecution. The dismissal of charges against Christopher M. Kelly was disclosed in a court filing Wednesday. The filing doesn’t elaborate on the decision, and the Department of Justice refused to provide more information. Meanwhile, prosecutors have secured a second guilty plea by one of the Capitol riot defendants. Florida resident Paul Allard Hodgkins faces a possible prison sentence after pleading guilty on Wednesday to a felony charge of obstructing an official proceeding.