Five men from Florida are facing federal charges
At least five men from Florida are facing federal charges for their alleged roles in the siege of the U.S. Capitol. The court reports show. Eric Gavelek Munchel was arrested in Nashville. Right after officials said they used social media posts to identify him. Even though he was the masked protestor who carried zip ties. In order to take them into the Senate chamber. Munchel lived and worked in the Fort Myers area before moving to Tennessee.
Doc Ford’s Rum Bar & Grille posted a message on its Facebook page prior to Munchel’s arrest. Stating a former employee from more than two years ago. That was involved in the events at the Capitol. We have no affiliation with this employee. Including their actions were their own. The company wrote for the media. Officials recognised Parrish resident Adam Johnson. Considered as the man seen in photos. He was walking off with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s lectern. A judge set Johnson’s bond at $25,000 through a court trial this Monday.
Florida Men Facing Federal Charges
Michael Curzio, who lives in the Marion County community of Summerfield. He was imprisoned on charges of illegal entry. By engaging in disruptive conduct on Capitol areas. Including forceful entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds. Matthew Council, of Riverview in Florida. Currently is charged with pushing a law enforcement officer. As he illegally accessed the Capitol building.
Another man from Florida Douglas Sweet. He is also included in engaging in disorderly conduct on Capitol areas. Currently, he is facing federal charges against him. While more arrests are coming at the federal level. Dozens have already been arrested. As well as charged in Superior Court with offences. By this means, including limitation crimes and firearms-related offences.
Anyone who can help recognise the people involved. Can contact the ATF at 1-888-ATF-TIPS (1-888-283-8477). Email ATFTips@atf.gov. Submit report anonymously via ReportIt.com. The FBI is also investigating digital evidence for its investigation. Anyone with digital material or tips can call 1-800-CALL-FBI. (800-225-5324) submit images or videos at fbi.gov/USCapitol.