A suspect was arrested Wednesday in an overnight Fort Myers homicide.
Police went to a home on Utana Avenue and found a person dead. They then found and detained the suspect, Jaquan Robinson, who knew the victim, according to police.
Robinson, 23, faces a charge of second-degree murder. A judge on Thursday ordered Robinson held without bond.
The Fort Myers Police Department has not released the victim’s name or any further information on the homicide.
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