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Man accused of stalking CCPD officer

By Staff | Mar 13, 2019

On Tuesday, March 12, a detective with the Major Crimes Unit was assigned a case of a Cape Coral Police Department employee reportedly receiving repeated harassing phone calls, voicemails and text messages from a known subject.

According to a report issued this morning by the CCPD, the employee advised that on Sunday, March 10, 2019, he received over 30 phone calls and dozens of text messages throughout the evening from Ryan Robert Doyon, 29, who resides at 1914 Cornwallis Parkway. Doyon currently has a pending / upcoming homicide trial in which the employee assisted in the investigation.

Doyon reportedly sent the employee multiple messages demanding that he call him back “now.” In the messages, Doyon states, “You scared to answer the phone.” The investigation shows Doyon continued texting the employee stating, “if you do not call me ASAP I am going to bring out my entire statement on live television with your real name for ruining my life “

The employee further advised that Doyon had called and texted him multiple times before and each time the employee would block the numbers and delete the messages in hopes Doyon would stop. Unfortunately, Doyon instead would continue to call and text using a different number, the CCPD report states.

A search via Law Enforcement Databases show one of the phone numbers used for the calls/texts is registered to Doyon and the second number is registered to 1914 Cornwallis Parkway where Doyon resides.

Police indicated that Doyon has been known to have access to multiple firearms in the past and is a firearm enthusiast.

Based on the investigation, the detective found probable cause to charge Doyon with stalking, a first degree misdemeanor.

On March 12, around 9:08 p.m., Cape Coral police and the U.S. Marshal’s Service Task Force responded to 1914 Cornwallis Parkway and took Doyon into custody based upon probable cause.

Doyon was later transferred to Lee County Jail.