Florida: Lee County Sheriff Mike Scott reports DUI arrests for Sept. 21 – Sept. 27, 2015

Lee County Florida Sheriff Mike Scott

Lee County Florida Sheriff Mike Scott

Lee County Sheriff Mike Scott

Monday, September 21, 2015 – Sunday, September 27, 2015

Impaired drivers are a very real danger to themselves and to others who share the road. With this in mind, the Lee County Sheriff’s Office has launched a multi-faceted campaign of education, awareness and enforcement to battle this threat to public safety in our community. We have elected to publicize the names of those charged with the offense of Driving Under theInfluence during the past week.

Displaying 1-9 of 9 results.
Date/Time Name / Address Birth Date Charge Incident Location
2015-09-21
3:20 AM
Elee Salazar DUI Lee County Fla. Sheriff's Office on 092115

Elee Salazar DUI Lee County Fla. Sheriff’s Office on 092115

Elee Salazar
11218 Safari Dr
Bonita Springs

1993-01-18 Old US 41 / E Terry St
Bonita Springs
2015-09-22
1:19 AM
Shane Allen Reddick
18220 Deuce Rd
North Fort Myers
1988-08-05 18250 Deuce Rd
North Fort Myers
2015-09-22
3:10 AM
Adam Myles Fento
1708 1 Park Meadows Dr
Fort Myers
1988-07-09 Cleveland Ave / Bell Tower
Fort Myers
2015-09-23
12:12 AM
Elmer Palo Logan
8390 5 Village Edge Cir
Fort Myers
1965-07-04 Main St / San Carlos Blvd
Fort Myers Beach
2015-09-23
1:52 AM
Ronald R Krise
15390 30 Hart Rd
North Fort Myers
1941-12-25 Bayshore Rd / Hart Rd
North Fort Myers
2015-09-25
5:47 AM
Wiliam Barrios
157 Riverview Rd
Fort Myers
1992-11-22 Palm Beach Blvd / New York Dr
Fort Myers
2015-09-26
4:32 AM
Scott Michael Pomirko
503 Riverbend Dr
St. Charles MO
1986-10-27 2057 Linhart Ave
Fort Myers
2015-09-27
1:40 AM
Melanie Monique Reyes
135 Coolidge Ave
Lehigh Acres
1990-09-24 Abrams Ave / Lee Blvd
Lehigh Acres
2015-09-27
11:42 PM
Joseph Patrick Burke
No address provided
North Fort Myers
1955-07-06 Crescent Lake Dr / N Tamiami Trl
North Fort Myers

Remember: Fasten your seat belts, drive safely and be courteous to other motorists, bicyclists and pedestrians to help us prevent traffic related fatalities, injuries and property damage.