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Lee County deputies arrest five men for Island Vista robbery

LEE COUNTY, Fla.– Over the weekend, Lee County Deputies received a call about a home invasion with a firearm. The victims said armed suspects entered their home and pointed a gun at them. They told investigators there was a suspicious white pickup truck on their road prior to the incident.    When deputies were arriving to the scene, they saw a white pickup truck speeding away from the Island Vista Community. Deputies initiated a traffic stop and found Charles Thayer, Hatch Pascal, Jorge Camacho, Calex Cadet and Johnny Fermaintt in the vehicle. Charles Thayer’s grandmother...

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Two Lee County men caught stealing plywood from unfinished home

LEE COUNTY, Fla.– Two men were arrested for stealing plywood from an unfinished home. Oscar Cabrera Ceballos and Juan Dieppa Leon were captured on camera loading up their white van with stolen wood. According to law enforcement, the pair took $7,000 worth of material. The plywood was stolen from a partially built home in the Wild Blue community. The men were caught after a deputy pulled them over, recognizing the van from the security footage. Ceballos and Leon have both been charged with larceny, officials said. The post Two Lee County men caught stealing plywood from unfinished home...

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LCSO deputies investigating scene at Lago Del Sol Apartments

FORT MYERS, Fla.– There is an active investigation the the Lago Del Sol Apartments. Lee County deputies are investigating. A portion of the parking lot at the complex is blocked off with crime scene tape. According to a neighbors, there was a retaliation shoot out at the complex. It is unknown if there were any injuries. No further information was immediately available. Count on NBC2 to bring you the latest info once it is released. The post LCSO deputies investigating scene at Lago Del Sol Apartments appeared first on NBC2 News. NBC2 (WBBH-TV)

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Burglary suspect arrested after running in front of Lee County deputy’s car

LEE COUNTY, Fla.– Lee County deputies responded to a break in at Nestor’s Restaurant on Saturday night. According to law enforcement, when they arrived they found a smashed front door. Cash had been stolen from inside the restaurant. When checking security footage, deputies saw a white man inside Nestor’s. When an LCSO deputy was searching the neighborhood, Michael Degrosa ran out in front of the car. He was identified as the suspect who broke into Nestor’s Restaurant. Degrosa was booked into to Lee County Jail on charges of burglary and theft. The post Burglary suspect...

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Two dogs found in Lee County home with festering open wounds

***WARNING – GRAPHIC IMAGES BELOW*** LEE COUNTY, Fla. – Two dogs were found in Lee County home with multiple open wounds and tumors that were surrounded by flies on Monday. A Lee County Sheriff’s Office detective responded to the home on Sweetwater Court about a domestic dispute. A man, who was given custody of the two dogs Rita and Gessel in a divorce, was collecting belongings and a Tesla from the home. The man refused the take the dogs and left the home, according to LCSO. The detective found both dogs on the porch, and the dog Rita had a large mass and open wound on its lower...

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Two arrested for breaking into Lee County home under construction

LEE COUNTY, Fla. – Two people were arrested for breaking into a home that was under construction in Lee County. The Lee County Sheriff’s Office said Yadira Labrada Mompie, 35, and Anyel Contino, 38, were both arrested on Friday. An off-duty deputy with LCSO saw a suspicious car near Acroft Avenue and Butte Street, according to LCSO. He recognized the car as one involved in a home burglary in April, so he monitored it and notified the sheriff’s office. Other deputies responded and found the car parked in a neighborhood that had numerous homes under construction. Lee County...

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Alligator makes surprise visit to Estero home

LEE COUNTY, Fla. – An alligator made a surprise visit to an Estero home on Saturday! Lee County Sheriff’s Office deputies were called to the home. Deputies called for back-up from the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission to safely remove to gator. LCSO said the massive reptile took three people to lift into the trapper’s car. The sheriff’s office released video of the gator being caught on Facebook. The post Alligator makes surprise visit to Estero home appeared first on NBC2 News. NBC2 (WBBH-TV)

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Councilman proposes dissolving Fort Myers police department for Sheriff’s Office to take over

FORT MYERS, Fla.– A Fort Myers Councilman has started a discussion about dissolving the Fort Myers Police Department for the Lee County Sheriff’s Office to take over. “It’s just purely based on the fact that (Fort Myers Police) Chief Diggs may leave,” said Fred Burson, Fort Myers Ward 5 Councilman.  Recently, Chief Diggs applied to become the police chief in Columbus, Ohio.  Diggs is one of 34 applicants, but if he landed the job, Burson wants to turn the city over to Lee County Sheriff Carmine Marceno. “Instead of just hiring another individual that we don’t know,...

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Abandoned shopping carts crowding US 41 in North Fort Myers

FORT MYERS, Fla.– More than 70 abandoned shopping carts littered busy US 41 in North Fort Myers on Tuesday afternoon. For days, shoppers from Walmart had been taking the carts off of property, which is a misdemeanor under Florida law. People who live nearby said they had never seen so many empty carts. They were filled with garbage and pushed into ditches. Some of the carts were blocking sidewalks, making it hard to get around the area safely. Alex Underwood, who works in the area, noticed the carts piling up. He said it seemed like the grocery store was not trying to collect...

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Lee County Jail continues policy of not accepting non-violent offenders during pandemic

LEE COUNTY, Fla.– The Lee County Jail is still not accepting non-violent offenders due to the pandemic. That means those who would potentially be taken to jail for committing a certain crime are being given a notice to appear in court instead.  Officials with the Sheriff’s Office said they need to make sure they have space to house violent offenders during the pandemic. They did not give us a timeframe as to when they will change their COVID-19 protocols. One man we spoke to said depending on the situation, watching people commit certain crimes and not be taken to jail can...

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