Another arrest made in North Fort Myers road rage attack, two suspects still at large

Reporter: Breana Ross Writer: Drew Hill
Published: Updated:
road rage suspects

A third suspect has been arrested in Ohio in connection with a Jan. 9 road rage case involving several motorcyclists in North Fort Myers.

The Lee County Sheriff’s office is awaiting the extradition of 32-year-old Ramon Santiago back to Florida.

Roberto Deltoro, 35, was arrested Thursday and spent the night in Lee County Jail before posting bond.

Jermin Deleon, 36, was the first to be arrested Thursday after turning himself in. He has also out on bond.

Victim Jeremy Harris says he’s grateful that people are calling Crime Stoppers with their tips and trying to help deputies arrest the people who attacked him.

“I feel glad that the police are doing their due diligence,” Harris said.

He’s also looking forward to the time when this attack isn’t the focal point of his life.

Harris’ skull was busted open during the incident along Pondella Road, just east of North Cleveland Avenue. Harris admits to yelling at the group when they were blocking traffic. He also accidentally clipped one of them with his car.

But, he says, he didn’t deserve all of this. “I’m doing better now. You know it’s been 12 days since the incident. I got the staples out and I’m doing pretty good.”

If anything, he says he learned something from this situation. “If you’re going to throw yourself into a situation you want to make sure you’re capable of handling that situation. Don’t let your frustration or anger get the better of you because you might end up getting a wrench to the head.”

Copyright ©2024 Fort Myers Broadcasting. All rights reserved.

This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed without prior written consent.