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Summerfield man arrested in connection with intrusion at U.S. Capitol

The FBI has published of images of people being sought in connection with the assault on the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6. The information can be found at fbi.gov/USCapitol.

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One of the first people charged federally in the assault on the U-S Capitol last week was arrested Thursday in Marion County.

Thirty-five-year-old Michael Thomas Curzio had initially been detained with five others by a Capitol police officer during the attack. He faces charges of unlawful entry along with violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds.

A mugshot of Michael Curzio at the Marion County Jail.

FBI officials say he was found on Thursday with help from the Marion County Sheriff’s Office. He was arrested near County Road 42 and U.S. 301.

The Summerfield resident had been released from prison in Florida about two years ago after serving time for attempted murder.

Records show Curzio made an initial appearance in federal court on Thursday.

He is being held in the Marion County Jail.


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Joe Byrnes came to WMFE/WMFV from the Ocala Star-Banner and The Gainesville Sun, where he worked as a reporter and editor for several years. Joe graduated from Loyola University in New Orleans and turned to journalism after teaching. He enjoys freshwater fishing and family gatherings.

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