Teen accused of trespassing at Immokalee Habitat home

A woman accused of trespassing at an Immokalee Habitat for Humanity house gave a Collier deputy a false name so he wouldn't find outstanding warrants, according to an arrest report.

Deputies arrested Tiffany Basitte, 18, who listed addresses in both East Naples and Fort Myers, Thursday morning at a Habitat house at 3882 Justice Circle after the property manager notified the Sheriff's Office. A report said a deputy found blankets, clothing and drug paraphernalia inside the house.

Basitte faces charges of trespassing, giving a false name to an officer and two warrants for probation violation and failure to appear.

Two other women and one man — Roselande Dorce, 18, of Fort Myers; Wilda Francios, 18, of Immokalee; and Nathan Lee Jean, 20, of Immokalee — also were accused of trespassing at the house.

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