Caught Cape Coral man hiding with meth after leading police on wild chase

CAPE CORAL, Fla. – A Cape Coral man took the police on a tour of town hoping to hide what was in his pocket.

According to a report from the Cape Coral Police Department, officers saw a vehicle that matched the description of a vehicle suspected in a shooting that was slowly circling a Circle K gas station on Avenue Del Prado at around 3am.

The report said two officers pulled over in the driveway of NE 16 Place – less than a mile from the gas station. That’s when police said Kristian Araujo Ferreira Desilva veered off course, circled the officers and their cars, and sped down the street.

Robert Zachowski awoke from a deep sleep to the sound of a car horn early Sunday morning.

Zachowski said: “Wake up at three o’clock to whistle, I was drafted about it. “Welcome to Florida.”

The police department lost track of Desilva on Hancock Bridge Parkway but officers found his vehicle a short time later in the “Jumbo Arcade” parking lot near NE 2nd Place.

Arcade staff told police they recognized Desilva as a regular customer. They showed police previous security camera footage of Desilva in the video game.

When police arrived at Desilva’s Cape Coral home, the doorman said he was not there. During that conversation, officers saw a dark figure at the back of the house that matched Desilva’s description.

They found Desilva hiding in her child’s bedroom with two bags containing 12.3 grams of meth and a pipe. He is currently in the Lee County Jail on multiple counts.

https://nbc-2.com/news/crime/2022/01/25/cape-coral-man-caught-hiding-with-meth-after-leading-police-on-wild-chase/ Caught Cape Coral man hiding with meth after leading police on wild chase

Tom Vazquez

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