FMPD: We’re grateful for support for Officer Jobbers-Miller
The Fort Myers Police Department has issued the following statement in reaction to community support:
“The Fort Myers Police Department would like to extend our gratitude for the overwhelming response to a call for blood donations for Officer Adam Jobbers-Miller. The large number of donors who arrived and waited in line at Lee Memorial Hospital was a true symbol of community support and a testament to the spirit of SWFL law enforcement members and citizens.
Lee Health reports that that the surgeries and following treatments have helped and Officer Jobbers-Miler is showing positive signs. His status is still listed as stable but critical.
Lee Health is continuing to accept blood donations and has four locations in Lee County that donors can visit; Lee Memorial Hospital, Cape Coral Hospital, Summerlin Crossings and the Bonita Community Health Center. For more information or donor center hours please call (239) 343-2333.
FMPD has established a Go Fund Me account to collect donations to help with anticipated future health and rehabilitative needs Officer Jobbers-Miller will be requiring. For anyone interested in assisting please visit the website www.gofundme.com/officer-adam-jobbersmiller-fund.
Thank you all for your support, prayers, best wishes and incredible words of encouragement!”