Leaders of Florida church arrested in connection to Capitol riot | TheHill

Authorities said in the court filings that they were then able to obtain cell phone data associated with the men, as well as Lesperance’s iCloud account, through which they found location data indicating that the men were located in an area that included the inside of the Capitol building on Jan. 6.  FBI agents also found cell phone photos taken of the Cusicks before and after the riot, in which they were wearing the same clothes they were allegedly seen wearing in Capitol security footage and body-worn camera footage from law enforcement.  According to Department of Justice records, the Cusicks and Lesperance each made their initial court appearance at the U.S. District Court in Orlando, where they were released on $25,000 bond each, a court spokesperson told local CBS affiliate station WKMG.  The father, 72, founded the Melbourne church, according to its website, with Casey Cusick, 35, listed as the vice president in business filing documents.

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