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SHERIFF CARMINE MARCENO


LEE COUNTY SHERIFF, FL

Sheriff Carmine Marceno

Sheriff Carmine Marceno

Thanks for visiting the Lee County Sheriff’s Office home page. I can’t tell you how excited and humbled I am to serve as your Sheriff.

Keeping you safe is my number one priority. That means having only the best law enforcement team you can find. We are forward thinkers, innovative and effective in every aspect of this agency.

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SHERIFF CARMINE MARCENO’S MAY FRAUD ALERT: AUTO LOAN REFINANCING SCAMS

This has been a difficult year, to say the very least, and many of us are struggling to make ends meet. Reduced incomes and lost jobs have forced many to[…]

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Crime Stoppers tips sought in Fort Myers Beach homicide

Southwest Florida Crime Stoppers is asking for the public’s help tracking down the shooter responsible for the murder of a 22 year old man on Fort Myers Beach last summer.[…]

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SHERIFF CARMINE MARCENO’S MAY SAFETY & SECURITY TIP: CRIME PREVENTION AT THE WORKPLACE

As many of us are returning to the workplace following a lengthy time away, I felt that this month’s “Safety & Security Tip” should remind everyone of the importance of[…]

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Missing Person

The Lee County Sheriff’s Office is requesting the public’s assistance in locating Jamie Lyn Deane (DOB 04/19/1957). Deane was last seen on April 26th at approximately 3:00 p.m. leaving her[…]

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LCSO is assisting FWC and Zoo Tampa as they release a manatee back into Lee County waters! Tune in to our Facebook feed for a live shot right from the release!

Lieutenant Chris Nyce was flagged down on Pelican Island by some by-standers to assist a distressed bird.

The bird is currently riding on our Marine Unit’s boat to meet with CROW.

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Today, we reflect and remember the life of Corporal Patrick Healey.On May 7, 2004, a vehicle struck Cpl. Healey’s car on San Carlos Boulevard and fled across the Matanzas Pass Bridge. Corporal Healey pursued and suffered a fatal medical emergency while attempting to take the hit-and-run suspect into custody. An off-duty firefighter and other witnesses came to his aid before he was taken to Health Park Medical Center for treatment.Corporal Healey was 55 and is survived by his wife Robin, son Patrick, and daughter Erica.This morning, members of the Lee County Sheriff’s Office visited the Florida Sheriff’s Association Fallen Officer Memorial in Tallahassee to place a wreath in remembrance of Corporal Patrick HealeyThank you for your service, Corporal Healey. We will never forget your dedication to our community. ... See MoreSee Less
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LIVE: Sheriff Carmine Marceno addresses the media regarding a significant narcotics investigation. ... See MoreSee Less
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LIVE @ 3 | Sheriff Carmine Marceno will address the media regarding a significant narcotics investigation.The press conference will be streamed live on our Facebook and YouTube pages. ... See MoreSee Less
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CORPORAL PATRICK HEALEY: END OF WATCH MAY 13, 2004Gone but never forgotten. ... See MoreSee Less
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LCSO benefits plans are designed to ensure the health, satisfaction and peace of mind for every member of our team as they contribute their knowledge and skills to helping us serve our community. They consist of FRS retirement plans, LCSO Self-Funded Health Insurance Plan along with an employee health clinic and life insurance. In addition, employees begin accruing sick, vacation, and personal time on their first day of employment.

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