More Floridians arrested with ties to the Capitol riot than any other state

FLORIDA — In total, at least 705 people were arrested in connection to the January 6th insurrection with 76 suspects living in Florida.

According to researchers at George Washington University, out of the 45 states impacted Florida holds the highest number of arrests. The other large cases came from Pennsylvania and Texas with 63 arrests each.

The average age of suspects landed around 39-years-old and data collected by the Program on Extremism said 87% were men.

A handful taken in for questioning by FBI Jacksonville came from local metro areas:

Clay County: 3 arrests

Duval County: 1 arrest

St. Johns County: 2 arrests

Nassau County: 1 arrest

The suspects are each facing multiple charges, the big one they all have in common is some form of disorderly conduct on restricted grounds.

Among those tried and sentenced were Dana Winn and his girlfriend Rachel Pert from Middleburg. Both admitted to being inside the Capitol after they were identified in pictures. Pert was sentencing to 24 months on probation and Winn got five weeks in jail.

According to FBI Jacksonville, Adam Honeycutt, 39, is already spending a year in prison on separate charges regarding drug and illegal guns. He is still facing charges for storming the Capitol.

Authorities also arrested 41-year-old Daniel Gray in Neptune Beach. His arrest report lists his most recent employer as the Sawgrass Country Club in Ponte Vedra Beach. His charges could land him in prison for more than 37 years.

Federal prosecutors are recommending jail time for the Nassau County man’s alleged role. Jeffrey Register pled guilty in October after photos of him in the Capitol were released. His sentencing is set for January 18 and he could get up to five months in jail.