Who is Noah Green? Wiki, Bio, Age, US Capitol Attack, Motive, Career, Investigation

Noah Green

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Noah Green hit Capitol Police officers as he crashed into a barricade and ran at officers with a knife Friday.

The attack left a veteran U.S. Capitol Police officer dead and another hospitalized. Authorities shot Green, who died after being taken to an area hospital.


He was 25 years old.

US Capitol Attack

Police say Green rammed a dark-colored sedan into a security barrier outside the U.S. Capitol, killing Officer William “Billy” Evans, an 18-year veteran of the U.S. Capitol Police Department. After the crash, police say, Green got out of the car with a knife in his hand, ran toward officers, and ignored their commands. Officers opened fire and killed him.

D.C. Metropolitan Police Chief Robert J. Contee III said Green’s attack did not “appear to be terrorism-related.”

Contee said police are investigating to determine Green’s motive. He said Green was not known to either D.C. Officer or the USCP and was not previously considered a threat to lawmakers.

People who went to school with Green and played sports with him growing up described him as the average jock: athletic, popular, even working at a gym in college.

The violence on Friday, they say, was jarring compared to the person they knew, but Green’s recent social media activity seemed to offer clues that he’d changed.

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The attack left a veteran U.S. Capitol Police officer dead and another hospitalized. Authorities shot Green, who died after being taken to an area hospital.

Noah Green Early Life

Green was born in Fairlea, West Virginia – a poor, largely white, rural community of 1,700 people in the state’s southeast, close to the border with Virginia.

One of ten children, he grew up with seven sisters and two brothers.

By the time he was at high school, he had crossed into Virginia and lived 30 miles from Fairlea in Covington, Virginia.

He attended Alleghany High School, played football and ran track, earned All-District, All-Conference, and team MVP honors in 2013.

Green then went on to Christopher Newport University in Newport News, Virginia.

‘Mr. Green was a 2019 graduate of Christopher Newport University with a degree in finance. Mr. Green played on the Christopher Newport University football team in the fall 2017 and fall 2018 seasons,’ said Jim Hanchett, CNU chief communications officer.

According to law enforcement sources, Green was not known to police in Washington DC, but he did have a record in another state.


Investigators were digging into his background and examining whether he had any mental health history as they tried to discern a motive. They were working to obtain warrants to access his online accounts.

Capitol Police Acting Chief Yogananda Pittman said the suspect did not appear to have been on the police’s radar. But the attack underscored that the building and campus — and the officers charged with protecting them — remain potential targets for violence.

Nexstar’s WXIN learned that he filed a name change petition in Marion County Court in Indiana back in December. Records show he wanted to change his name from Noah Ricardo Green to Noah Zaeem Muhammad.

The hearing from that petition was scheduled for this Tuesday, but Green did not show up for that hearing. Because he missed the hearing and didn’t file for an extension, the court dismissed the matter and closed the case. The address listed on the court documents is an Indianapolis address. Other records show Green also had ties to Virginia.

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