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Fort Myers Police report reveals new information on the shooting at the Portofino Cove Apartments

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A recent report by Fort Myers Police has disclosed new details regarding the shooting at the Portofino Cove Apartments. The release of new information has shed light on previously unknown aspects of the incident, including the number of gunmen involved and the events leading up to the shooting. In this article, we will examine the findings of the report and explore new insights into this tragic event.

Fort Myers Police Report Uncovers New Information in Portofino Cove Apartment Shooting

On August 24, 2021, a shooting happened at the Portofino Cove Apartments in Fort Myers, Florida. The incident left one man dead and three others injured. Fort Myers Police Department has now provided new information about the shooting and the suspects involved in the crime.

The shooting occurred at Building 2 of the Portofino Cove Apartments, located on Winkler Avenue. At around 11:30 p.m. on that fateful night, residents of the apartment complex heard gunshots and reported the incident to the police. The first responders arrived at the scene and found four individuals suffering from gunshot wounds.

One of the victims, a 21-year-old man, was pronounced dead on the scene. The other three victims, two women, and a man, were taken to the hospital and treated for non-life-threatening injuries. An investigation was immediately launched into the incident, and authorities quickly identified two suspects involved in the shooting.

Suspects Identified in the Fort Myers Shooting

The Fort Myers Police Department has identified the two individuals responsible for the shooting at the Portofino Cove Apartments. The suspects have been identified as NaQuan Harrison and Clarence Barnhill III, both residents of Fort Myers.

The police department released images of the suspects and asked for the public’s assistance in locating them. Harrison and Barnhill had been on the run since the shooting, but the police were able to track them down through a Crime Stoppers tip.

Both suspects have since been arrested and are being charged with one count of second-degree murder and three counts of aggravated battery with a firearm. They are currently being held in the Lee County Jail.

Motive for the Shooting

According to the Fort Myers Police Department, the motive for the shooting was a drug deal gone wrong. The suspects and victims knew each other, and the shooting was a result of a dispute over drugs. The police department stated that more arrests may be made in relation to the shooting, as the investigation is still ongoing.

Community Reaction

The Portofino Cove Apartment shooting has sent shock waves throughout the Fort Myers community. Residents of the apartment complex are calling for more security measures to be put in place to prevent similar incidents from happening in the future.

The Fort Myers Police Department has increased patrols in the area, and apartment management has also taken steps to improve security by installing additional lighting and cameras in common areas. The apartment complex held a meeting with residents to address their concerns, and they are committed to providing a safe and secure environment for their tenants.


The shooting at the Portofino Cove Apartments has left one person dead and three others injured. The Fort Myers Police Department has identified the suspects responsible for the crime and arrested them. The motive for the shooting was a drug deal gone wrong, and more arrests may be made as the investigation continues.

The incident has sparked a conversation about the need for additional security measures in apartment complexes in the Fort Myers area. While the police department and apartment management have taken steps to improve security, residents continue to call for increased measures to protect them from future incidents. It is essential for authorities and the community to work together to ensure that people feel safe and secure in their own homes.


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