Law enforcement violence in SWFL

Violence against law enforcement is now prompting the head of the Florida fraternal order of police, to call for changes.

The state FOP president is calling for agencies to use two officer crews so an officer is never alone, and always has cover.

Locally, we've had 6 violent cases involving law enforcement officers in the month of November alone.

We just told you about the case involving Trey Chenault, from last night.

On November 21st investigators say 49-year old Jon Webster hay, shot a Sanibel police officer in the shoulder before getting in a shootout with police.

On November 17th, investigators say this man, 24-year-old Rones Sagesse is accused of exchanging gunfire deputies.

On November 14th, Investigators say a chase on i-75, ended with this man, Edward Strother getting out of his car and attacking a lee county deputy.

On November 8th Bryan Rivera allegedly fought and bit Lee county deputies on i-75, after first speeding off from a traffic stop.

And days before that, Bobby Sibert was charged with violently resisting Fort Myers police, during a traffic stop near ford street.

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