- Kevin and Nathaniel Tuck were charged with several offences relating to the Capitol insurrection.
- The men were added to an indictment of two previously charged Proud Boys.
- The father-son duo were former or current police officers from Florida.
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Father and son police officers have been charged with joining members of the militia group Proud Boys during the Capitol riot, according to an indictment unsealed on Friday.
Kevin Tuck, 51, and Nathaniel Tuck, 29, former and current police officers from Florida, were charged with several offenses, including impeding official proceedings and disorderly and disruptive conduct in a restricted building.
The Tucks were charged along with Edward George Jr., who was also charged with assaulting a police officer and stealing government property.
All three men were added to an indictment of previously charged Orlando area men Arthur Jackman and Paul Rae.
Jackman and Rae, who were arrested in March, were named as members of the Proud Boys militia group in their criminal complaints.
It’s not immediately clear what the relationship is between The Tucks and George and Jackman and Rae.
The Washington Post said that the charges against the Tucks bring the number of off-duty law enforcement officers charged in the Capitol mob to at least 20.
On Thursday, Kevin Tuck resigned from the police department in Windermere, Florida.
Windermere Police Chief David Ogden said in a statement that he was “disheartened” by the arrest.
“The Windermere Police Department (WPD) has worked tirelessly over the past eight years to build a reputation of serving with Honor, Integrity and Service to our residents, and this arrest doesn’t reflect on the hard work of the men and women of the Windermere Police Department,” he said.
Nathaniel Tuck served as a policeman in Apopka, Florida, until September 2020.
According to The Washington Post, Kevin and Nathaniel Tuck were released on a $25,000 unsecured bond on Thursday by a judge in Tampa.