Battalion Chief Rodolfo Narnjo Jr who lives in Miami and works for Lehigh Acres Fire Department has violated Lee County Land Development Code Chapter 30-7 and placed a trailer at 101 Delaware and Homestead Road with “What’s your life worth?” sign promoting the tax assessment on it. Narnjo was told by certified letter from Lee County Code Enforcement to remove the trailer or face $250.00 a day fine.
Also code enforcement is inspecting all the union paid for signs in Lehigh Acres if code enforcement finds any in the County right of way the union could be facing fines.
Pursuant to Florida Statute 775.21 the Public Safety Information Act of 1997, the Lee County Sheriff’s Office is making formal community notification of a sexual predator registered as residing in Lee County, as well as whether the victim was a minor or adult at the time of offense.
Marlian L. Johnson has moved to 16901 1st Street, Alva, FL 33920. His previous address was 23051 Avenue D, Alva 33920.
Name/Description: Marlian L. Johnson (DOB: 03/03/1940) B/M; 5.11’ feet tall; 230 lbs.; Black hair, Brown eyes
New Address: 23051 Avenue D, Alva 33920 Johnson was convicted of Sexual Battery on a Victim under 12 in December 2003.
Photographs and additional information on sexual offenders and predators can be retrieved on the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) website at http://www.fdle.state.fl.us. The Lee County Sheriff’s Office distributes this information to area schools, state registered daycare centers and Lee County Parks and Recreation facilities located within a one mile radius of the predator’s residence.
If you’ve been starting your day in near-total darkness each morning, relief is in sight: November 2 marks the end of daylight saving time (in most of the country) and the day when your clocks “fall back” an hour. That means you’ll get a bonus hour of light in the morning, but lose an hour in the afternoon.
Although the prospect of leaving work when it’s dark out may be depressing, sleep specialist and clinical psychologist Michael Breus, reminds us to count our blessings.
A member of the FWC freed a stuck alligator late Tuesday after it migrated from a canal into a storm drain in Lehigh Acres. The gator then got stuck inside the drain, unable to move back out.
It created quite a neighborhood attraction on Scenic Drive in the Country Club Estates area of Lehigh Acres. People dropped by all day to check out the storm drain and hissing gator.
Children spotted the caged creature on Monday when they went to retrieve a ball.
Girl Scout Troop 746 of Southwest Florida built a little free library and collected books for their community for Make a Difference Day Click Here
The Florida Highway Patrol says they cited the 16-year-old driver for careless driving after his vehicle rear-ended a school bus loaded with students early Tuesday morning on Leeland Heights Boulevard.
None of the children reported injuries.
Rodriquez was not hurt but his 15-year-old passenger had minor injuries and was taken to Lehigh Regional Hospital.
Suncoast’s Federal Credit Union Road to Savings Giveaway and the grand prize winner is Claudia Corcho, from Lehigh Acres. Claudia won a 2014 Subaru XV CrossTrek.
Claudia is a Lehigh Acres native and is currently studying aerospace engineering at the University of Florida.
On Friday Claudia came to our main office to collect her car. She was thrilled to have won and called it “a blessing.” Claudia has not been able to visit her parents as often because of her lack of transportations, she has also needed to get rides from friends for simple trips like grocery shopping.
Suncoast’s Federal Credit Union greeted her with balloons and over 15 of our employees were there to congratulate her and watched her drive off with the grand prize. Claudia was also excited that the car matches UF’s colors.
Authorities arrested a Lehigh Acres man for possession of child pornography, a second degree felony.
In September, FDLE Agents served a search warrant at 48-year-old James Gardner’s former home.
FDLE Agents say they seized several digital devices which contained numerous child pornography videos. According to officials, some videos depicted sexual battery involving children.
Agents arrested Gardner at his new residence located on the 2100 block of McArthur Avenue in Alva. He was booked into the Lee County Jail.
Currently Lehigh Acres Firefighter Union have been placing signs thoughout Lehigh Acres without the property owners permission or placing signage in the county right of ways which is against the law.
One property owner is giving the union into 5 pm today to remove the signs or face action from his attorney. The owner stated to the Lehigh Acres Gazette, if we remove the signage, the fire union will not get it back period!
Lee County Commissioner Mann’s office has also received multitude of complaints about signage in the right of ways in Lehigh Acres including large signs on Homestead Rd. They are sending Code Enforcement to remove the signage immediately.
The Inaugural Scream on the Green Halloween Haunted Walk is being held on Friday, & Saturday – October 24, & 25 then again Thursday & Friday of the following week – October 30 & 31 from 7 – 10 p.m. at Copperhead Golf Club in Lehigh Acres off Beth Stacey, a Lehigh Acres Rotary Event.
Click here to see other photos of the event.
Over 20 students from the East Lee County High School Interact Club volunteered to work the Haunted Walk.
The Lehigh Acres Kiwanis Club will have a Trunk & Treat event set up on October 31st.
Admission is $3 per person, $1 off with a donation of a can of food to be given to Lehigh Community Services Food Pantry.