found Sunday crawling up my daughters pant leg sitting in our living room in Maryland.
That is a Ivory-marked beetle or also Four-marked Ash Borer.
It is found in southern/eastern Canada and eastern United States in deciduous forests.
Larvae bore into heartwood of deciduous trees, esp. ash, hickory. They may emerge from finished lumber years after milling. Which means the one on your daughters pants leg may have come in from outside when attracted to porch lights or it may have come out of a piece of your furniture! Interesting that they could live thru the crafting of a piece of furniture?!