Monday the 2nd
Southern Utah man (Willard Peart) given probation in Jan. 6 US Capitol riot A Toquerville, Utah man was sentenced to probation Monday for his role in connection with the U.S. Capitol riot on Jan. 6, 2021.
Thursday the 13rd
Utah man (Willard Jake Peart) pleads guilty to a misdemeanor for participation in Jan. 6 U.S. Capitol riot Willard Peart waived his right to a trial and pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor count of parading, demonstrating or picketing on Capitol grounds during the riots on January 6, 2021.
Friday the 23rd
Wednesday the 6th
January 6th Washington D.C. Capitol Riot
Case Information: Justice.gov Case# 21-CR-662 - Willard Jake Peart Status: GUILTY Charge: PARADING, DEMONSTRATING OR PICKETING IN A CAPITOL BUILDING Sentence: 36 months of probation, including 60 days of home detention, 240 hours of community service, $500 restitution Docs: Timeline:
Arrested 4/22/21. Initial appearance held 4/28/21.
Information filed 11/9/2021.
Pleaded guilty 1/12/22.
Sentenced 5/2/22 to36 months of probation, including 60 days of home detention, 240 hours of community service, $500 restitution.
Last Update: May 2, 2022 Summary: Entered the Capitol via the NW Courtyard, Senate Wing Door. Admitted to entering the building and roving with the crowd. Seen on surveilance video in Statutory Hall and the Hall of Columns. Affidavit states that no evidence of violence or vandalism was observed. (via MongrelData) More Information: Hashtags:
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