Anonymous tip helped Police to arrest Paesan

On 11th of January a woman made a call to Cape Coral Police for filing a report of her rented house burglary. She said to the police that “I was sleeping when unidentified persons burglarized my home and took away computer, credit card and kindle fire table”. On the other hand, on 16th of January Cape Coral

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Cape Coral Police is requesting people to identify a person who has recently robbed 7-Eleven convenience store which is located at Chiquita Blvd/Gleason Pkwy. The robbery took place on Thursday night when an unknown person entered the store and demanded money from the cash counter.  He was wearing black shirt, blue jeans and black cap. The cash counter

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I Parked Legally And Still Got Ticketed. Twice.

Southwest Florida Crime Stoppers is marching towards the path of success. The program being launched by SWFL has been highly regarded in the conference of Southeastern Association of Crime Stoppers.  The biggest award it earned was the label of “most productive” program in the Southeast United States. Apart from this, Trish Routte the coordinator of this

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The volume of tips received in the beginning of 2014 clearly shows that the upcoming year is going to mark remarkable success for SWFL Crime Stoppers. Exactly, in the start of New Year, SWFL Crime Stoppers have received a bunch of tips which would surely lead to a big number of arrests. Since first January, Crime

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Recently, in a regional conference of North Carolina Southwest Florida Crime Stoppers has been given the prestige to be reckoned as “most productive” crime stoppers programs. SWFL earned this honor in the 32nd annual training conference of Southeastern Association of Crime Stoppers. It is said that in 2012 the program had received a big number of

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Anonymous tip helped Police to arrest Paesan

On 11th of January a woman made a call to Cape Coral Police for filing a report of her rented house burglary. She said to the police that “I was sleeping when unidentified persons burglarized my home and took away computer, credit card and kindle fire table”.
On the other hand, on 16th of January Cape Coral Police responded to 4928 Viceroy Court and arrested both criminal who shot an occupant. It further said that we have recovered a kindle fire table, notebook and a credit card from the shooters. These leads were matched with the 11th January burglary and victim recovered all the items that had been stolen from her home. She said to the police that “her credit card had been misused by the culprits and it was supposed to be used to CVS, Hess and 7Eleven stores.
Upon hearing this, police had contacted the stores and collected all surveillance videos from the store owners. Besides, it was confirmed from the collected videos that the culprit had used her credit card for shopping purpose and his identity was unknown to the police. When the pictures of arrested person were shown to people, they identified him with his pet name as “Paesan”.
To get his identity, police had released his photos to media, SWFL Crime stoppers and CapeCops.com to receive some tips.  Later an anonymous tip was received that identified “Paesan” the 26 years old as Robert John Neglio of Cape Coral.  And on March 27th 2012, Detective Nick Jones interrogated him about the crimes which Robert John Neglio subsequently confessed.
He was booked under the charge of Credit Card Fraud, Criminal Use of Personal Information and Grand theft. He is imprisoned now in the Lee County Jail.
Last but not the least, Lieutenant Tony Sizemore said that “we solved this serious case with the help of our community members and we are really lucky that whenever we demand for identification of any culprit, people come forward to help us”.

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Cape Coral Police is requesting people to identify a person who has recently robbed 7-Eleven convenience store which is located at Chiquita Blvd/Gleason Pkwy. The robbery took place on Thursday night when an unknown person entered the store and demanded money from the cash counter.  He was wearing black shirt, blue jeans and black cap.
The cash counter clerk handed over approximately $50 to the suspect and he fled away from the store after taking the money.  He is supposed to be W/M, 5’7-5’8 weighing 150lbs and believed to be 20 to 30 years of age.
If you have any information about this person please contact at the below given details:
Web- www.capecops.com/webtips
Phone- 574-3223
Text- CCPD+ message to CRIMES (274637)
SWFL Crimestoppers- 1-800-780-TIPS

I Parked Legally And Still Got Ticketed. Twice.

Southwest Florida Crime Stoppers is marching towards the path of success. The program being launched by SWFL has been highly regarded in the conference of Southeastern Association of Crime Stoppers.  The biggest award it earned was the label of “most productive” program in the Southeast United States.
Apart from this, Trish Routte the coordinator of this program had also got the award of “Best Coordinator of the year”. In 2013, this local program of SWFL helped the authorities to arrest 732 suspects and they had subsequently closed 1600 cases of different crimes.  Besides, the authorities had also seized more than more than $1.1 million in property and drugs.
The coordinator of the program Trish Routte said that “the number of tips we receive from the people of Southwest Florida clearly shows that our community does not like existence of criminal elements in the society and they want to work for safety and security of the community”.

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The volume of tips received in the beginning of 2014 clearly shows that the upcoming year is going to mark remarkable success for SWFL Crime Stoppers. Exactly, in the start of New Year, SWFL Crime Stoppers have received a bunch of tips which would surely lead to a big number of arrests. Since first January, Crime stoppers received 479 tips that led to 70 arrests solving 156 criminal cases.
Apart from this, the anonymous tips also helped the authorities to seize six weapons along with seizure of stolen property and narcotics of $213,902 worth. Statistically speaking, Crime stoppers usually receive 350 and 370 tips in a one month which generally leads to 50 to 55 arrests.  But the figure of tips received in the beginning of New Year clearly shows that “our community has set upon the task to get rid of the criminal activities” said Crime Stoppers coordinator, Trish Routte.
He further said it is really encouraging for us to receive high profile cases tips from our anonymous tippers and gone are the days when people had to remain silent due to numerous reasons. Furthermore he was of the opinion that “We hope that this trend will continue throughout the year and all the criminals involved in different crime activities will be put in behind the bars”.
If you have any information pertaining to any unaddressed criminal activity, feel free to contact Crime Stoppers at (800) 780-TIPS (8477).
Lastly, your identity will be safeguarded with anonymity and you would also receive a cash reward of $1,000.  You can also submit your Tips on our official web portal www.swflcrimestoppers.org

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Recently, in a regional conference of North Carolina Southwest Florida Crime Stoppers has been given the prestige to be reckoned as “most productive” crime stoppers programs. SWFL earned this honor in the 32nd annual training conference of Southeastern Association of Crime Stoppers.
It is said that in 2012 the program had received a big number of tips which helped the authorities to arrest 732 criminals involved in different felony crimes. Besides, the tips also helped to clear 1,628 cases of various natures.  In addition, the supplied information also worked to seize drugs and property of $1,136,957 worth in the 2012 year and the reward given to the whistle blowers was about $165,938.
Apart from this, SWFL had also earned the status of “Premier Management” for forwarding thousands of fliers to every household existing in the vicinity of 33916 zip code.  The forwarded fliers contained all the information of murders and murderers and it was requested to people to supply any information pertaining to that serious criminal activities. Crime Stoppers Coordinator Trish Routte said in his statement that “the recently given awards display enough testimony that SWFL program is smoothly working with the coordination of media, civil society and law enforcement agencies”.
Last but not the least, the number of tips being received from people living in Southwest Florida clearly opines that people do not want to live in a polluted society. They are supplying key information and it clearly shows that they want to clean the areas from any criminal activity. No doubt, the speedy investigation process carried by law enforcement agencies is also one of the factors that lead the programs towards the path of success.

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85% of buyers of timeshares have stated that they feel a sense of regret for their purchase, whether for the fact that they felt rushed through the process or confused following their purchase. For such people, they might feel as if they should be able to get rid of their timeshares with as much ease as they purchased them, heavily considering how to cancel a timeshare. However, a timeshare cancel can be an arduous process, so timesharesales sound even easier.

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You knew from the moment that you got in the car with you Dad that he had something he wanted to talk about. Once you were an hour into the drive, your father finally broached the subject of his finances. Even though he is older than his wife, your father is fearful of what might happen with his assets if he should die before her. She is not as in as good of health as your father, but your father fears that if something should happen to him before her his assets will all be transferred to her. Nearly 90% of the money that your father has, he reminded you, was earned during his 35 years of working as an elevator contractor.
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According to the American Psychological Association, 40 to 50 percent of married couples in the United States end in divorce.

In the 1950s, the median age for married men was 23 for men and 20 for women. In 2004, those numbers grew to 27 for men and 26 for women. Couples who dated for at least three years before their engagement were 39 percent less likely to get divorced than couples who dated for less than a year before tying the knot.

The reasons for divorce vary greatly, but one of the biggest reasons is infidelity. According to the Journal of Family Issues, infidelity is the leading cause of divorce at 21.6 percent. Additionally, couples therapists say that 50 percent of their case load is due to infidelity.

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