Six-Month Undercover Investigation Results in Arrests and Drug Seizure

Six-Month Undercover Investigation Results in Arrests and Drug Seizure

A six-month undercover investigation by the Cape Coral Police Department’s Vice, Investigations & Narcotics (VIN) Unit resulted in the arrest of two people and the seizure of significant amounts of crystal methamphetamine and fentanyl.

On February 11th, 2020 at approximately 5:40 p.m., detectives with the VIN Unit located Adrienne Bechtold (W/F, DOB: 8-30-95) and Michael Hennessey (W/M, DOB: 7-3-94) in the parking lot of 100 Hancock Bridge Parkway West and placed them under arrest for multiple drug charges stemming from a six-month undercover investigation.

Six-Month Undercover Investigation Results in Arrests and Drug Seizure

Both Bechtold and Hennessey had been selling crack cocaine and fentanyl at various locations around the city. A search warrant was also executed by VIN detectives and the CCPD SWAT team on both their home at 514 Hancock Bridge Parkway East and another residence of Hennessey’s at 1335 NE Pine Island Lane, which resulted in the discovery of large amounts of crystal meth and fentanyl. Charges are pending for the search warrant results.

Both Bechtold and Hennessey were transported to the Lee County Jail.

Six-Month Undercover Investigation Results in Arrests and Drug Seizure
ARRESTED: Adrienne Sarah
Marie Bechtold, W/F, DOB: 8-30-95, of 514 Hancock Bridge Parkway East, Cape Coral FL.
CHARGES: Sale of Cocaine (3 counts); Possession of Cocaine (3 counts); Sale of Opiates (2 counts); Sale of Opiates Within 1000 Feet of Specified Area; Possession of Controlled Substance Without Prescription (3 counts); Possession of Structure or Vehicle to Knowingly Utilize for Drug Sales (4 counts)
Six-Month Undercover Investigation Results in Arrests and Drug Seizure
ARRESTED: Michael Patrick Hennessey, W/M, DOB: 7-3-94, of 514 Hancock Bridge Parkway East, Cape Coral FL.
CHARGES: Sale of Cocaine (2 counts); Possession of Cocaine (3 counts); Sale of Opiates (2 counts); Possession of Controlled Substance Without Prescription (3 counts); Possession of Structure or Vehicle to Knowingly Utilize for Drug Sales (2 counts); Driving With Suspended/Revoked License Knowingly (2 counts); Probation Violation (3 count
Six-Month Undercover Investigation Results in Arrests and Drug Seizure