Larry Rendell Brock turned himself into Grapevine police Sunday. The FBI arrested a North Texas man Sunday in connection with last week’s riots at the U.S. Capitol. Larry Rendell Brock, of Grapevine, was charged with knowingly entering or remaining in a restricted building and violent entry and disorderly conduct. Brock, 53, lived at an apartment complex along Main Street in Grapevine and surrendered to FBI agents Sunday after agreeing to meet them at the Grapevine Police Department, officials said. In an arrest affidavit, an FBI agent said that Brock’s ex-wife was among those who contacted the Bureau telling investigators, (…) Using Texas-themed logos and military insignia on Brock’s clothing and information gathered online, Scott-Railton determined the man in the helmet appeared to be Brock, a retired U.S. Air Force Lt. Colonel from Texas. “I think we as a country need to understand how a man like Lt. Col. Brock gets from a distinguished service record to making the choices that put him on the floor of the Senate that day,” Scott-Railton said. Brock recently worked for the aviation division of the Hillwood development company in Fort Worth, but the company said Brock is no longer employed there. Larry Rendell Brock of Grapevine confirmed to The New Yorker Saturday that this photo shows him in the Senate Chamber on Jan. 6, 2021 in Washington, DC. Brock is pictured in combat gear in the top portion of the photo. Larry Rendell Brock of Grapevine confirmed to The New Yorker Saturday that this photo shows him in the Senate Chamber on Jan. 6, 2021 in Washington, DC. Brock is pictured in combat gear in the top portion of the photo. Brock confirmed to The New Yorker on Saturday that the image above showed him in the Senate chamber. He is pictured in combat gear in the top left portion of the photo, wearing a green helmet and body armor. The FBI posted the same picture on its website seeking information about him. According to The New Yorker, Brock is an Air Force Academy graduate and served in combat. He told the publication he assumed he was allowed to enter the Capitol when he arrived and said he wore tactical gear because he did not want to get injured by counter-protesters. The New Yorker also reported Brock said he picked up zip-tie handcuffs when he found them on the floor and intended to give them to a police officer.
siehe auch: 2 Men Who Brought Restraints into Senate During D.C. Insurrection Have Been Arrested: Authorities. Men identified as Eric Gavelek Munchel (in black, hopping over rail), and Larry Rendell Brock (in combat helmet). The United States Department of Justice announced on Sunday that they’ve charged two men in connection to the insurrection at the Capitol Building. Both defendants possessed restraints, said prosecutors. One of them allegedly had a taser when authorities encountered him. They are Tennessee resident Eric Gavelek Munchel, and Texas man Larry Rendell Brock. Authorities say these are among the men seen on disturbing photos from Wednesday. That’s supposed to be Munchel running around with zip ties while masked on the Senate floor. He’s the individual who allegedly possessed a taser. Brock’s face is more visible, and he is wearing a combat helmet. Their names have been floating around social media for a couple of days. The New Yorker reported on his involvement on Saturday. He is an Air Force vet.