• CAPITOL RIOT: Prosecutors wanted to revoke bond for Capitol riot defendant Joshua Doolin of Polk City after FBI agents found a rifle in his home in violation of his release terms. But a federal judge in Washington is allowing him to remain free and attend his wedding, scheduled for Jan. 4 at a Lakeland church. The judge is also allowing co-defendant Joseph Hutchinson III, formerly of Lakeland, to travel from Albany, Ga., to serve as best man in the wedding.
  • DRICA’S FAVORITES, a popular food truck serving coffees and Brazilian pastries, will shut down Jan. 8. Owner Drica Mellas is selling the yellow food truck but not the brand.

Source: The Ledger

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