To report a crime or suspicious activity in your neighborhood, call the Naples Police and Fire Department at 213-4844, the Collier County Sheriff’s Office at 774-4434, the Lee County Sheriff’s Office 239-477-1000 or the Marco Island Police Department at 389-5050.
? Grant D. McCoy, 37, of the 780 block of 95th Avenue North in North Naples, was arrested by Collier deputies on Monday at his home. He was charged with aggravated battery after he was accused of knocking down his pregnant girlfriend, choking her and trying to smother her with pillows. He was also charged with kidnapping/imprisonment. According to reports, he trapped his girlfriend in the bedroom and wouldn’t let her leave the house.
? William M. Deguzman, 27, of the 11000 block of Char Ann Drive, Fort Myers, was arrested Tuesday by Lee deputies at home. He was charged with battery.
? Richard William Mitchell, 35, of the 1700 block of 41st Terrace Southwest in Golden Gate, was arrested Tuesday by Collier deputies at U.S. 41 East and Lakewood Boulevard. He was found passed out in the driver’s seat near a closed Hess station.
? Joseph Allen Greene, 31, of the 26000 block of Robin Way in Bonita Springs, was arrested on Tuesday by Collier deputies at Immokalee Road and Wilson Boulevard. He has a prior DUI conviction in Palm Beach County.
? Elizabeth J. Farmer, 20, of the 25000th block of Busy Bee Lane in Bonita Springs, was arrested Tuesday by Collier deputies at 3301 U.S. 41 East and charged with fraud for using someone else’s identification card to visit a prisoner at the Collier County jail. Farmer is on probation for grand theft. Felons can’t visit inmates in the jail.
Grand theft arrest
? Kimberly Burnett, 38, of the 10th block of Salinas Drive in East Naples, was arrested Tuesday by Collier deputies and charged with dealing in stolen property, grand theft and defrauding a pawnbroker. She was arrested at 6060 Collier Boulevard after she sold stolen jewelry to First Pawn on Airport-Pulling Road. According to reports, she sold two gold necklaces and a gold bracelet for $820. The victim reported that two shoe boxes full of jewelry had been stolen from her home, valued at $41,400.
The victim said Burnett was her housekeeper.
Police Beat is compiled and written by the Naples Daily News staff/ contributors from oral and written reports by Naples police, Collier Sheriff‘s Office, Lee County Sheriff’s Office, Marco police and other agencies. Arrests indicate suspicion of crime, not guilt.