I wouldn’t want to work at the 7-11 on Beau Drive in North Fort Myers. They were hit by an armed robber at 1:15 a.m. on Tuesday morning. Then another armed robber struck on Friday night in the same 7-11. Both were armed with guns and made off with undisclosed amounts of cash.
Surveillance Footage from Both 7-11 Robberies Last Week
Second Tuesday Robbery Footage
If it weren’t apparent from the pictures, it wasn’t the same guy. In fact, law enforcement arrested a suspect from the first robbery on Friday, before the second time the store was hit. Kyle Orr has been charged in that robbery, and another one that occurred later in the morning on Tuesday. In the second robbery, on the other side of town, deputies allege that he pulled the second robbery without wearing a mask. Orr has also
Kyle Orr Mug Shot
been arrested on additional theft charges, and a possible warrant out of Georgia. Judge for yourself if he looks like the guy in the surveillance. The clothing from the two robberies certainly seems to match. There is a Crimestoppers reward out for information on the second robber.
- Frank Levy returned to his North Fort Myers home to discover his meat had gotten out of the freezer.
- Some items didn’t get off his lanai.
- Other items made it across the street.
Frank Levy came home and found that some of the food he keeps in a freezer on his lanai had gotten out. Items, including a chicken and a rump roast, didn’t make it far, and were still located on his lanai. Not everything was still on the lanai, and Levy noticed that part of his lanai screen had been cut, and he called LCSO to report the missing meat.
Levy decided to canvass his neighborhood before deputies responded. He was able to track down the rest of his food, which had made it across the street. Levy found a package of ground beef sitting on the porch of his neighbor. He was able to return the ground beef to his own freezer.
Levy tried to talk to his neighbor, Lynda Mcklveen, but she was located unconscious on the porch, with the escaped ground beef lying at her feet. Since she had been incapacitated, she was initially unable to say what the meat had done to knock her out. According to Levy, she was completely unresponsive.
Lynda Mcklveen Mug Shot
Later, detectives made contact with Mcklveen, who admitted to her role in liberating the meat. While Mcklveen apparently has a history of alcohol related offenses, there is nothing to suggest a pattern of meat-escape conspiracy. It remains to be seen why she liberated the meat, or why she was found lying in a chair on er porch with a pack of frozen ground beef thawing at her feet. Crimcourts will continue to update as details become available, as we are the leading authority on freezer-breaks.
The preceding report is based on court documents and news-press.com reports: http://fortmyers.fl.newsmemory.com/publink.php?shareid=29166dfe4&pSetup=fortmyers : follow the link and scroll down to this story: “N. FORT MYERS, Man finds his food on neighbor’s porch”
LCSO did a checkpoint in North Fort Myers this weekend, in which more than 1,200 vehicles passed through. Only 7 of the drivers were arrested fore impairment reasons, plus a few more for other reasons. That’s less than one percent of the drivers who were stopped to be breaking any laws.