An early morning drive-by landed four Immokalee residents in jail Sunday, Collier County Sheriff’s officials said.
Sheriff’s reports said around 3:40 a.m. Sunday, deputies conducted a felony traffic stop near the 800 block of Cucumber Lane.
Deputies spotted someone in a 2004 black Chevrolet Trailblazer open the right rear passenger side window and fire a single gunshot in an unknown direction near the intersection of Applemint Lane and Chadwick Circle, reports said.
During the stop, reports said deputies removed from the vehicle the teenage driver, whose name and age were not released; the front passenger Regina M. Rodriguez, 20; back, right passenger Louis A. Garcia Jr., 29; and back driver’s side passenger Alex Leo Campbell, 24.
A search of Rodriguez revealed nine Xanax pills in an unlabeled orange pill bottle. A search of Garcia turned up four Xanax pills and some marijuana.
Reports said a search of the SUV turned up a .308 Winchester rifle on the back floor board with 14 to 16 rounds in the magazine and a spent .308 shell in the back right floor board. In addition a 22-40 caliber Glock handgun was found in the middle console of the Trailblazer.
All were taken into custody.
Rodriguez, of the 1000 block of Bird Lane, Immokalee, was charged with possession of a controlled substance and carrying a concealed weapon.
Campbell, of the 1000 block of Bird Lane, Immokalee, was charged with three counts of possession of ammunition/carrying a concealed weapon by a convicted felon.
Garcia, of the 1000 block of Pear Street S., Immokalee, was charged with possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, discharging a firearm from a vehicle, possession of a firearm with an in-force domestic violence injunction and three counts of possession of ammunition/carrying a concealed weapon by a convicted felon.
A records check revealed that the driver license of the teen driver had been suspended. The driver was charged with driving with a suspended license and released to his parents.
Campbell, Garcia and Rodriguez remained in jail as of Monday. Rodriguez’ bond was set at $12,500, while Campbell bond’s was set at $60,000.
Garcia’s bond was set at $113,500.
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