Immokalee’s driving shooting scares Jeep passengers


An 18-year-old is currently behind bars after shooting at a Jeep in Immokalee. Gunshots rang out across a street as a school bus passed.

The vehicle that seemed to be involved was back when WINK News was there. When WINK News reporter Lauren Leslie went to see a man believed to have surveillance video of the shooting, a black charger was strewn across the street, spinning the engine.

At first Leslie just thought, “Who did that?” until the man replies, “it’s the vehicle involved in this driver shooting.”

Mchebel Seme, 18, who the Collier County Sheriff’s Office says is a known gang member, has targeted a jeep with five people inside this past week.

Multiple rounds were fired during this steering shot on Wednesday. This is a residential area in Immokalee, near the intersection of Eden Avenue and Apple Street.

A report by the sheriff’s office captures the terrifying moments when Seme took a long rifle from inside the charger, pointed it at the Jeep, and opened fire.

The woman behind the wheel of the Jeep told investigators she knew the shooter and was “fearing for her life”.

At least one round hit the Jeep, right under the rear window, where three passengers were sitting in the backseat.

Fortunately, no one was injured in this shooting.

Seme is currently facing two counts and is being held without bond in the Collier County Jail. As for who drove that car, we still don’t know.

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