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Cape Coral, FL (AXJ) - Mike Scott is one of The United States’ more infamous county Sheriffs, a mouthpiece for conservative policing who runs a department that has been at the center of multiple controversies. On top of all this the department and circuit court is now being accused by one local man of false imprisonment, unjust arrest and a massive cover up surrounding it all.

This article will be a part of an ongoing series showcasing the alleged corruption inside the Lee County Sheriff’s Department that has embodied itself in the form of the persecution of one man; Scott Goodyear.

Goodyear alleges a conflict with the department spanning over a decade but culminating in the events outlined in this piece after he sent an email directly to sheriff Mike Scott threatening to “hogtie” him and take him to Washington to have him held accountable for the department’s corruption. This kicked off the most recent events in the case that started with Goodyear’s arrest on November 4th, 2015. The corruption, Goodyear alleges, includes a bug that was removed in his home, the hacking of his phone and most blatantly; the falsifying of documents including affidavits and search warrant.

Upon review of the documents it seems that the department was unclear what exactly they were looking to charge Goodyear with and that they may have backdated the documents to justify their searches. The searches of Goodyear’s home were also conducted by the narrcotics/vice units despite him eventually being charged with making threats against Mike Scott. The LCSO entered his home without Warrant on video at approximately 718pm Nov 4th, 2015. The Swat team then closed up the house as Det G. Monmany placed Goodyear in the back of his patrol car only being "Detained" explaining to him he was not the arresting Detective on the case.While his mother Katherine Goodyear video tapped. Det Loughren arrived back at 945pm with alleged Warrant after already entering his home.

The Court Documents: Starting with the affidavit for the search warrant the paperwork does seem somewhat suspicious. The most blatantly obvious mistake is the date on the final page of the affidavit where the date was crossed out from where November 5th was written over with a 4. It also seems the EMAIL that sparked the request for the search warrant was doctored to seem more threatening than it was, it was originally written as more of a dare for Mike Scott to confront Mr. Goodyear.

The next step of the paperwork involved in searching of the home is the actual approved warrant. The warrant’s first page includes a photo of Mr. Goodyear’s home which he says was taken at a much later date after they had already entered his home without any sort of Warrant on video recorded by his mother once she was asked by her son to come record him coming outside. Mr. Goodyear sent a photo of his home with a brown garage door but the photo included in the warrant shows his house with a white garage door and is apparently the photo from the database kept by the Lee County tax appraiser’s office.

Following is a Sworn Affidavit written by a Detective Monmany who assisted in “serving the warrant” on Mr. Goodyear,. At the time Monmany arrived on the scene there was no warrant. Mr. Goodyear claims at this point after the raid on his house by the narcotics/vice team he was taken to Det. Monmany’s vehicle and held for around two hours. Monmany says Goodyear was only held a short period of time while Monmany “ate his lunch” in the front seat. Per Goodyear's Discovery given to him by the State Attorneys Office, this Warrant was brought back at 9:30pm. This in fact makes it seem very suspicious why they had no Warrant in hand once arrived at the home.

Goodyear was taken to jail without even seeing the Assigned Arresting Detective Jeffery Pawelski where he was booked in without a formal arrest after midnight on Nov 5th, 2016.  It wasn't  until the following day when given a $50,000 bond by Judge Andrew Swett with a Gps Monitoring System, and a No Contact Orders on him to stay away from Sheriff Mike Scott, the State Attorney Stephen B  Russell and recently appointed Judge Robert Branning.

There is going to be more court documents and details to come in the near future. Once we have some more clarification and a longer history on Mr. Goodyear’s case against the Lee County Sheriff it should become more apparent that there is a larger conspiracy to cover the department’s wrongdoings going on behind the scenes.

Goodyear has had 4 Attorneys on this case failing to protect his Due Process rights of Law in fear of Government retaliation. It is very clear Judge Ramiro Manalich's name was placed on the Affidavit for the Warrant at a much later date when he was incarcerated. The clearly  altered date on the Affidavit is enough for someone to question such a formal document.

A simple Google of Lee County Sheriff Mike Scott seems to show a pattern of practice of misconduct and cover up.

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