As a result of anonymous Crime Stoppers tips, two more suspected drug dealers from Operation Manor Meltdown have been arrested in this past week. Lacretia Walton and Brandon Fuller were both arrested by members of the Lee County Sheriff’s Office’s Fugitive Warrants Apprehension Unit, in response to Crime Stoppers tips. Detectives also arrested Shermykael Jenkins on Wednesday.
Southwest FloridaCrime Stoppers is hoping the public can help track down six fugitives wanted in the wake of Operation Manor Meltdown, a massive drug operation that as of this morning has led to the arrests of 22 suspected dealers.
Earlier this month, on June 5, a combined operation by members of the Lee County Sheriff’s Office’s Special Operations Unit (SWAT), Narcotics Unit, Intelligence, Traffic and Warrants Units, as well as the Road Patrol Division, converged upon nine homes within the Pine
They’ve been on the run for far too long, and now authorities are turning up the heat on some of the most wanted criminals in Southwest Florida. Trish Routte with Crime Stoppers talked with Sheriff Mike Scott about a few who they hope to give a new home to for the holidays.
The holidays are a rough time of year for a list of Southwest Florida children who have been sexually assaulted by an authority figure in their lives – men who are still on the loose and held unaccountable for their life changing actions. Trish Routte with Crime Stoppers profiles a few of men who sit atop Santa’s naughty list.
Anonymous tip leads felon back to jail for second Christmas in a row
One of Southwest Florida Crime Stoppers 10 Most Wanted fugitives is behind bars this holiday season, thanks to an anonymous tip Friday afternoon that led to both her arrest, and her boyfriend, as well.
Jordan Cullen, DOB 7/20/89, was taken into custody Friday evening after an anonymous tip was provided to Crime Stoppers on her whereabouts. Deputies with the Lee County Sheriff’s Office’s Fugitive Warrants Unit quickly acted on the tip and located Cullen while setting up for a wedding scheduled for today.