(February 26, 2018)- Officers of the Cape Coral Police Department had a busy couple of days. Below are some of the more notable arrests that were made over the weekend:
An Investigatory traffic stop was conducted for driving 30 MPH in a 50 PMH zone. Officers could immediately smell the odor of raw marijuana coming from the vehicle. A narcotics investigation ensued where raw marijuana and THC oil in a vape vial were located in a bag along with a .40 caliber Glock. A loaded .380 pistol was also found within immediate reach of Price.
After leaving the scene of a Traffic Crash, his vehicle was located and an Investigative Traffic Stop was initiated. Moceri was angry and uncooperative when approached by officers. He then grabbed a can of “Dust Off” and started huffing it. Moceri then drove his vehicle away from the stop and was stopped about 30 feet away. He was charged accordingly.
This was a follow up arrest by ISB Property Crimes Unit. On 01/09/18, the victim reported that he parked his vehicle in the Big John’s parking lot and went inside a business for a meeting. The victim stated that when he returned to his vehicle he realized that someone entered his vehicle and stole his white iPad, a red and black North Face backpack and an iPhone charger. Officers processed the vehicle for latent prints and submitted them into evidence. Forensic personnel received a positive hit for the prints through the AFIX System and established Kendrick Hubbell as the suspect. Detectives were able to locate Hubbell at the Lee County Jail where he was being held on unrelated charges.
A traffic stop for Failure to Maintain a Single Lane resulted in all occupants being removed from the vehicle for a sniff by K9 "Carbon." Once out of the vehicle Predelus ran from the scene and officers gave chase. During the chase, a Kel-Tec .380 fell out of Predelus’ waist. He was caught after falling in a swale and charged accordingly.
Officers responded to a Burglary in Progress call and Long was seen running from the residence. Investigation revealed that there is an Active Injunction for Protection and that he entered the fenced in yard and screened in lanai and was banging on the sliding glass door to the house. He was charged accordingly.
Officers responded to a suspicious circumstance complaint at 3415 Skyline Boulevard that involved Justin Chandler. The complainant stated that he heard a lot of noise and heard a back slider get shattered and items getting thrown around. Officers arrived and discovered the rear slider shattered. Officers made contact with the Justin Chandler who answered the front door. Chandler stated that he was staying with a friend who owned the residence. Officers saw that many items were destroyed inside the residence including a window and the back slider. The homeowner was contacted at work and came home. The homeowner stated that Chandler was staying with her because he was thrown out of his last place but he had no permission to destroy anything inside the residence and wanted to press charges. The repair for damages would be approximately $3,000.00 - $5,000.00. A glass jar containing Marijuana was found on the lanai and 4 Suboxone strips were found inside of Chandler’s wallet that he did not have a prescription for. Officers arrested Chandler for Criminal Mischief over $1,000.00, Possession of Marijuana under 20 grams and Possession of a Controlled Substance without Prescription.
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