This weekly WINK news segment features fugitives from justice here in southwestern Florida.
This is your chance to help the community and give you tips on how to get these people out of the street. You need to find these suspects – and you can help. If you see them, please contact the crime stopper or your local law enforcement agency. Call 1-800-780-TIPS (8477).
Here are the three fugitives that crime stoppers in southwestern Florida wanted.
Wesley Bingham (DOB 12/23/66) – In Lee County, he hoped no arrest warrant would come out on suspicion of weighted assault with deadly weapons and batteries.
He discussed with the women the cleanliness of their tent, and he went too far and hit the woman’s head with a drill.
He then threw her to the ground, holding a knife in her throat and threatening to kill her. Nearby witnesses managed to break the dispute and take Bingham to jail before the legislators arrived.
He spent four months behind the bar and was released on condition that he returned to court, but has now failed.
He has previously had six reservations in Lee County for the additional charges of strangulation, batteries, and domestic violence by drugs.
Bingham is 5 feet 9 inches, 120 pounds, and was last known to live in North Fort Myers. And when he is arrested, he is detained without being detained.
Patrick Deliseans (DOB 3/17/98) – Demanded by Lee County for a large-scale theft and fraud probation violation.
He was accused of going to a local jewelry store, where he chose $ 2,000 earrings for himself and paid for them at the starter check.
A few days later, he returned to the same store, this time buying $ 4,000 earrings for his girlfriend. This also has a starter check. Shortly thereafter, the bank notified the store that both checks were written on the closed account.
When the jeweler contacted Desrosiers about the check, he returned with a $ 6,000 check to cover the two previously written, but this time, of course, the third check is good. I found that there wasn’t.
After all, Desrosiers pawned expensive gems for Penny in dollars and put the money in his pocket. He was eventually charged with massive theft and later put on probation, but violated earlier this month.
Desrosiers are 5’9 “, £ 150 and were last known to live in Bonita Springs.
Andrew Harner (DOB 6/12/78) – Wanted two large-scale theft community management breaches in Lee County. According to the detective, Harner was caught in a red hand stealing a power tool from a local hardware store.
Given his theft history, the loss prevention officer kept an eye on him, and when he saw him leaving the store with stolen goods, he kept him away until police arrived.
To date, Harner has been booked 21 times for theft, drugs, drunk driving, contempt, weapons, wandering and wandering. He also has a criminal record in Manatee County.
Harner, 5 feet 9 inches, 140 pounds, was last known to live in the heart of Fort Myers. He has several tattoos, including a star named Karena on his neck, a shy fish on his right arm, and a devil with an hourglass on his left arm. And when he is arrested, Harner is detained without being detained in Lee County Jail.
If you have any tips on the whereabouts of these wanted suspects, please contact a crime stopper in southwestern Florida. All callers remain anonymous and are eligible to receive cash rewards of up to $ 3,000.
Crime Stopper in Southwest Florida
1-800-780-TIPS (8477) or
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