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Help Identify Bank Robbery Suspect

Friday, May 17, 2019, Cape Coral Police responded to a call for service at the Bank OZK, 61 Hancock Bridge Pkwy W in reference to a Bank Robbery that had just occurred. The call was received at 2:35 pm and officers arrived shortly thereafter but the suspect had fled before police arrived. The...

Strong Armed Robbery Suspect Caught

On May 10, 2019, around 11:18 am, Cape Coral Police responded to a call for service at the Bank of America located at 926 Cape Coral Pkwy E in reference to a Robbery in progress. The initial caller stated a bald Hispanic male, wearing a blue shirt attempted to steal a female’s purse. The suspect fled the...

Two Suspects From Retail Theft Identified and Arrested!

In September 2018, a black female and white female entered Burlington Coat Factory at 1810 NE Pine Island Rd. They loaded up a shopping cart with miscellaneous clothing, removed security devices attached to the clothing, and left the store without paying. Collectively the females stole $600 of merchandise. The video and photos were posted...

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***UPDATE*** Man Who Hit Pedestrian and Fled Scene Arrested

On May 3, 2019, around 6:25 AM, Cape Coral Police responded to a call for service in reference to a vehicle versus pedestrian hit-and-run traffic crash at Cape Coral Pkwy E and Coronado Pkwy.  Vehicle 1 was traveling westbound on Cape Coral Pkwy E in the outside straight lane approaching the intersection with Coronado Pkwy....

County Ordinance now in effect regarding parking of commercial vehicles

The Board of County Commissioners of Lee County, Florida, finds that the parking of commercial trucks in residential areas and on public right-of-ways is detrimental to the health, safety, and welfare of the citizens of Lee County. As a result, County Ordinance 19-08 has been approved and is now in effect.

5 Things To Do This Weekend in Cape Coral (May 17 – 19)

Arts & crafts, dogs, 5K, food, veterans and more. Making weekend plans?  Check out these 5 things to do this weekend in Cape Coral: Food Truck Friday Friday: Welcome the newest food truck, The Bear Dozen, to Scotty's Bierweks Food Truck...

City of Cape Coral Employees Win Top Spot in Lee County Million Mile Movement

City employees earned the number one spot for total miles in the 2019 Million Mile Movement competition, with 247 employees contributing to a total of 73,787 miles.  Lee Health came in second place with roughly 17,701 miles.  Cape Coral Police Officer Chris Lucas won the individual grand prize, winning a cruise for two. 

Teacher Saves Another Adult Who Was Choking

Chief David Newlan introduced the ‘Citizen Commendable Action Coin’ wanting to recognize citizens that go above and beyond. The recipient is presented with the coin along with a card explaining the following: “Thank You For Your Commendable Action. On behalf of the Cape Coral Police Department, please accept this Challenge Coin in...


Did you receive an official-looking letter in the mail from County Records, LLC? They are offering to get you a copy of your property deed for $89. Well…..this is a not the cheapest way to get a copy of your deed and the company makes it look like...

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