Anthony Sargent who was one of the 1,000 people arrested who joined the mob in storming the capitol was facing five years imprisonment after pleading guilty as reported by U.S news.
Sargeant, 47, a Florida man of St. Augustine was about to face up to five years imprisonment at a sentencing hearing last September 28.
The Florida man pleaded guilty in the District of Columbia Federal Court. Based on the court records, he pleaded guilty to the charges of a felony count of civil disorder along with six misdemeanors.
Sargeant pleaded guilty last Friday and confirmed his participation in the U.S Capitol insurrection last January 6, 2021.
The Florida Man And His Participation In Storming The Capitol
The Florida man joined in objecting Joe Biden’s presidential victory against over then-President Donald Trump.
Sargeant participated in the mob that stormed the U.S. Capitol to stop the Congress from confirming Biden’s win.
Court records indicated that five people died in that storming incident.
More than 1,000 people from 50 different states who joined in that Capitol breech had been arrested.
Sargent was arrested in September 2021.