Pursuant to Florida Statute 775.21 the Public Safety Information Act of 1997, the Lee County Sheriff’s Office is making formal community notification of a sexual predator registered as residing in Lee County, as well as whether the victim was a minor or adult at the time of offense. We are hopeful that local media will assist in this process by broadcasting or printing the name, description, and photograph of the court designated predator.
Brandon Wayne Blech has moved to 3893 Palm Beach Blvd #111, Fort Myers, FL 33916. His previous address was 2557 N Tamiami Trail #77, North Fort Myers, FL 33903.
Name/Description: Brandon Wayne Blech (DOB: 07/31/1989) W/M; 5’10” tall; 160 pounds; brown hair, hazel eyes. New Address: 3893 Palm Beach Blvd #111, Fort Myers, FL 33916.
Blech was convicted in Lee County in October 2007 on two counts of Sexual Battery by Adult on Victim under the Age of 12 and two counts of Lewd or lascivious molestation victim under 12 years old offender 18 or older. The victim was a minor.
Photographs and additional information on sexual offenders and predators can be retrieved on the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) Website at http://www.fdle.state.fl.us.
The Lee County Sheriff’s Office distributes this information to area schools, state registered daycare centers and Lee County Parks and Recreation facilities located within a one mile radius of the predator’s residence. Additionally, the Sheriff's Office has joined a partnership with FDLE by offering a link to a new feature. FDLE developed a notification service at the direction of the Florida Legislature as part of the state's compliance with the federal Adam Walsh Act.
Citizens may select an unlimited number of addresses and/or offenders to track...and can update their selections at any time. The alert system will send email notifications within 24 to 48 hours of an address change to the state's registry. The Lee County Sheriff's Office encourages people to sign up for this free service by:
1. Visiting the Lee County Sheriff's Office website at http://www.sheriffleefl.org
2. Click on Crime Activity
3. Click on Sex Offender / Predator
4. Click Florida Offender Alerts System under "Email Alerts"
5. Follow the instructions to register your request
Media inquiries are directed to the Public Information Officer at (239) 477-1340.