U.S. Attorney Larry Keefe of the Northern District of Florida has charged a Pensacola man with taking part in the coup at The Capitol. Tristan Chandler Stevens, 25, was arrested Friday in Pensacola and his next court hearing takes place Wednesday.
Also, on today’s Sunrise:
— The number of COVID-19 deaths reported Florida Department of Health was down Sunday compared to the rest of the week — but it’s still in triple digits. There were 1,207 fatalities were reported over the past week and only three other weeks during the pandemic had a weekly death toll exceeded 1,200.
— The Tampa Super Bowl is now history, but it gave Agriculture Commissioner Nikki Fried a chance to talk about feeding hungry kids in the Sunshine State. Fried was part of a virtual event on game day called “Taste of the NFL.”
— A discussion of Marjorie Taylor Greene and the two South Florida lawmakers who led the drive to strip the Georgia Congresswoman of her committee assignments.
— And finally, a Florida Woman is charged with having a three-year affair with a student that began in middle school, and a 75-year-old Florida Man is charged with exposing himself in New Hampshire.