Florida man arrested after FBI says Facebook posts appear to show him entering the US Capitol, including an image of broken furniture with a 'US SENATE SERGEANT AT ARMS' sticker
- Adam Honeycutt was arrested Thursday at his girlfriend's house in
- The government alleges he unlawfully entered the
US Capitolon January 6.
- Honeycutt boasted of his involvement on Facebook, according to a criminal complaint.
A Florida man who posted videos on social media that appear to show him entering the US Capitol was arrested by federal agents on Thursday over his alleged role in the January 6 insurrection.
Adam Honeycutt was arrested after two people tipped off the
Days after the
He also changed his profile photo from one of him outside the Capitol to another featuring him and a small child.Videos posted the day of the riot, reviewed by the FBI, however, suggest otherwise, according to the criminal complaint. In one, he appears to be outside the Capitol as rioters clash with police, the complaint alleges. "It's about to go down!" he yells, according to the court documents. In another, the complaint alleges, he appears on camera and states, "Well, made it in."
His still-active Facebook page shows him to be a fan of Fox News personalities Laura Ingraham and Tucker Carlson. On January 28 he updated his profile photo again to a meme that depicts President Joe Biden as a character from "The Avengers," Thanos, snapping his fingers and eliminating oil industry jobs, a reference to the canceling of the Keystone XL pipeline.
Honeycutt is charged with entering restricted grounds, violent entry, and disorderly conduct. He was arrested at his girlfriend's house in Orange Park, Florida, a suburb of Jacksonville, according to local NBC News affiliate News4Jax. He faces up to six months in prison.Read more: Meet the little-known power player with the 'hardest job' on Capitol Hill. She's shaping Trump's impeachment trial and Joe Biden's agenda.
His lawyer, Lee Lockett, did not immediately respond to Insider's request for comment. However, he told News4Jax that his client is cooperating with authorities.
Prosecutors are seeking to prevent Honeycutt from being released on bail, alleging that they found marijuana and improperly secured guns when they arrested him.Honeycutt is himself a bail bondsman, the complaint says, a LinkedIn page stating that he has worked as one since August 2018.
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