$450K bond set for Pine Manor deputy-involved shooting suspect

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FORT MYERS, Fla. — Bond was set for $450,000 for a man accused of shooting a Lee County Sheriff’s Office deputy.

Rones Sagesse, 24, of Naples, had his first appearance at 8:30 a.m. Sunday at the Lee County Clerk of Courts.

He faces felony charges of two assaults on an officer or firefighter, and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon without intent to kill, according to a LCSO arrest report.

There was a $250,000 bond for the aggravated assault charge, and $100,000 for each assault charge on an officer, Sagesse’s public defender said.

In addition, the judge told Sagesse to stay away from the residence of the crime scene, a public defender said.

Sagasse was released on bond at the time of the Pine Manor incident, and had similar faced charges of resisting arrest and battery on an officer in a previous case, a public defender said.

He was brought to the Lee County jail Saturday. He was treated for a gunshot wound after an a hours long search early Thursday morning.

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