Deputy McCann initiates a traffic stop on a vehicle that is seen leaving a hotel known for drugs and prostitution. Deputy McCann talks to the driver who is visibly nervous and will not give consent to search the vehicle after stating that what ever is found in his car is not his. K9 arrives on scene and alerts on the drivers side door, Deputy McCann uncovers a bag of heroin hidden in wades of court papers (belonging to the driver) in the back of the driver seat. Each of the suspects is questioned individually, and the passenger eventually admits that the heroin belongs to the driver. The driver is again questioned by Deputy McCann, who continues to deny that the heroin found folded in his court papers belongs to him. He continues to assert that he was framed.
|Agency||Lee County Sheriff’s Office|
|Station/Area Command||North Fort Myers|
|From||Fort Lauderdale, Florida|
|Why Law Enforcement||I have always wanted to be in law enforcement, ever since C.S.I became popular. I moved from Fort Lauderdale to Fort Myers to attend college and I received my bachelors degree in Criminal Justice. Once I completed my degree I attended the Corrections Academy and became a Corrections Deputy. I spent two years inside of the jail before I came out to road patrol and have loved every minute of my time in law enforcement thus far.|
|Best part of the job||The best part of my job is not knowing what is coming next. It’s the excitement of the unknown. In this job you never know what you are going to get and every call is always different, it definitely keeps you on your toes.|
|Hobbies||I enjoy running half marathons/marathons, going to Walt Disney World, watching Marvel movies, working out, going to the beach, and spending time with family, friends, my fiancé Justin, and our two dogs (Rusty & Gatsby)|
|Favorite Quote||“It’s not the size of the dog in the fight, it’s the size of the fight in the dog”- Mark Twain|