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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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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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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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Law enforcement officials meet with Lee County’s NAACP to discuss police misconduct

FORT MYERS, Fla. — As the country grapples with incidents of police brutality and misconduct, Lee County’s NAACP wants to prevent anything like that from happening in the community. The group met on Thursday with local law enforcement to talk about police misconduct, use of force and building trust within the black community. All sides agree that stopping violence and tragedy before it happens is the number one priority. Members of the NAACP received insight on how these officers train. They also provided pointers of their own for the future. Incidents like the murder...

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LCSO helps with Waste Pro staffing shortage

CAPE CORAL, Fla. – The Lee County Sheriff’s Office met with Cape Coral city leaders Monday and discussed how to help with the city’s trash issue. Waste Pro, the company contracted to handle trash pickups in Cape Coral, is understaffed and not completing the job. In efforts to help, the Lee County Sheriff’s Office provided day workers to help pick up yard debris around the city. Day workers are people who need to complete community service hours. Those workers filled box trucks with yard debris from Cape Coral neighborhoods. Sheriff Carmine Marceno...

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Authorities are searching for a man who jumped off the Orange River Bridge

LEE COUNTY, Fla.– Authorities are searching for a man who jumped off Palm Beach Boulevard near Orange River Road. Officials confirmed the man jumped into the water to escape law enforcement. Lee County Deputies and Tice Fire crews are both responding to the scene. The incident happened near the Sun n Fun RV Park. A work vehicle is being towed from the scene. LCSO has the scene blocked off. Drivers are advised to avoid the area. It is unknown at this time if the man is injured. This is a developing story. No further information was immediately available. The post Authorities...

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Scammers targeting job seekers with hidden malware

LEE COUNTY, Fla.– The Lee County Sheriff’s Office is warning residents about a new unemployment scam. Malware is being hidden in links for employment opportunities, according to law enforcement. Job seekers will receive a message about an employment opportunity, usually in their chosen field. Hackers will include a zip file that they claim contains information related to the position but it is a phishing scam, officials said. Don’t open the file, it will infect your computer or phone. Here are a few tips on how to protect yourself: Don’t click links or open attachments...

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K-9 Eli has retired from LCSO

LEE COUNTY, Fla.– The Lee County Sheriff’s Office is saying goodbye to one of their members. Saturday was K-9 Eli’s last day on the job. Eli is certified in patrol and narcotics detection. He joined LCSO in 2013. According to LCSO, K-9 Eli caught dozens of suspects in his eight years. He will be enjoying retirement living with Lt. Lockhart and his family. The post K-9 Eli has retired from LCSO appeared first on NBC2 News. NBC2 (WBBH-TV)

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