Trio leads deputies on chase after shooting at East Naples apartment complex

Reporter: Rachel Cox-Rosen Writer: Matthew Seaver
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The Collier County Sheriff’s Office has arrested three men they say fled from deputies investigating a shooting at an East Naples apartment complex.

Deputies say 18-year-old Alexander Jesus Fonseca, 23-year-old Greggory Henderson, and 31-year-old Shawndell Deandre McCann have all been arrested.

The sheriff’s office says deputies responded to multiple shots fired reports at the Abaco Bay apartments on Bayshore Drive around 12:30 a.m. Tuesday. Deputies say there were children in the home at the time of the shooting, but no one was hurt.

Responding deputies found the suspect’s SUV as it was turning east onto US-41 from Thomasson Drive. They tried to conduct a traffic stop, but the suspects fled quickly.

CCSO deputies chased the suspects until they crashed their SUV on Warren Street just before St. Andrews Boulevard.

Fonseca and Henderson were quickly taken into custody, but McCann ran, jumping a fence into a nearby water treatment plant. K-9 and air units found McCann shortly after that while he was hiding on a porch nearby.

Deputies searched the suspect’s SUV and found a gun on the driver’s floorboards. They say a passerby found a second gun along the pursuit route and reported it to deputies.

Henderson, who was driving the SUV, faces charges of fleeing and eluding. McCann faces a share of resisting arrest. After deputies say he initially used his twin brother’s identification, Fonseca faces charges of providing false information. He also faces charges of possession of cocaine and possession of narcotic paraphernalia.

CCSO says Henderson, McCann, and Fonseca each have active warrants out of Lee County on various felony and misdemeanor offenses for which they were also charged.

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