Lee County Undersheriff, Carmine Marceno, apprised the media today of the arrests of three individuals involved in an ongoing burglary operation across multiple LCSO districts. According to Marceno, extensive detective work linked the three suspects to one specific residential break-in, which then led to the discovery of a cache of stolen items.
The tangled story appears to begin with a burglary of an occupied residence that occurred on May 3 on the 15000 block of Royal Windsor Lane in Fort Myers. Victims of the home invasion called the sheriff’s office at approximately 3:30 a.m. reporting the robbery and the theft of cash and jewelry totaling over $10,000 in value.
On that same evening, LCSO responded to a domestic disturbance approximately three miles from the site of the Royal Windsor Lane burglary. One of the combatants, a minor, admitted to her father that she had been “car hopping,” which is breaking into unlocked vehicles and stealing items left inside.
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