A carefully planned and executed surveillance operation by the Cape Coral Police Department’s Property Crimes Unit resulted in their witnessing the suspect committing his crimes and ending the recent issue plaguing northeast Cape Coral.
On August 15th, 2019 the CCPD Property Crimes Unit conducted an operation in the Gator Circle area of Northeast Cape Coral, setting surveillance
Officers converged on the location on foot, and while approaching could hear the sound of PVC pipes being cut at the side of the home. The officers made contact and took the man, Rogelio Miranda-Espinosa (W/M, DOB: 1-16-68) into custody. He was charged with burglary of a dwelling, grand theft, criminal mischief (damage to property over $200 but under $1,000), possession of burglary tools and driving on a suspended license (knowingly). Miranda-Espinosa was transported to the Lee County Jail.
ARRESTED: Rogelio Miranda-Espinosa, W/M, DOB: 1-16-68, of 1037 Myakka Drive, North Fort Myers FL.
CHARGES: Burglary of a Dwelling, Possession of Burglary Tools, Criminal Mischief Over $200/Under $1000, Grand Theft, Driving on Suspended License (Knowingly)