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CCSO investigating Englewood death

Englewood Vehicle Photo copyENGLEWOOD, FLA. – This is a press release, pre­sented in the for­mat in which it was sent:


(Engle­wood)- The Char­lotte County Sheriff’s Office responded to a res­i­dence in the 2700 block of Eleventh Avenue in Engle­wood at approx­i­mately 10:01am Sun­day morn­ing for a reported disturbance.

Upon arrival, it was deter­mined that there were two injured indi­vid­u­als who were sub­se­quently trans­ported from the scene to area med­ical facil­i­ties and are under­go­ing treat­ment for what is believed to be non-life threat­en­ing injuries. A third sub­ject was located deceased inside the residence.

Inves­ti­ga­tors are seek­ing infor­ma­tion on the iden­tity of a fourth sub­ject, described as a taller black male, who fled the scene in a maroon Mer­cury Grand Mar­quis (pic­tured in release). The vehi­cle appears to be a late 1990’s to early 2000 model with chrome hub­caps. The occu­pant of the vehi­cle may be armed and should not be approached if observed.

This is still a very active crime scene and inves­ti­ga­tors will be on loca­tion through­out the evening as the scene is processed. There is no dan­ger to res­i­dents in the area.

Any­one with infor­ma­tion on this inci­dent is encour­aged to con­tact the Char­lotte County Sheriff’s Office at 941−639−2101 and request to speak to a detec­tive with Major Crimes. Per­sons with infor­ma­tion wish­ing to remain anony­mous can con­tact South­west Florida Crimestop­pers at 1−800− 780-TIPS. Tip­sters are eli­gi­ble for a cash reward should the infor­ma­tion pro­vided lead to an arrest.



This press release was posted as a pub­lic ser­vice. A press release is a writ­ten announce­ment sub­mit­ted to news orga­ni­za­tions to pub­li­cize an event or activ­ity, a mile­stone or a point of view. Engle­wood Edge has not researched the asser­tions made and takes no respon­si­bil­ity for the content.


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