Man Holding Dismembered Body Part Shot and Killed by Florida Police Officer

FORT MYERS, Fla. — In a shocking turn of events, a tragic incident unfolded in Fort Myers, Florida, leading to the death of a man after he did not comply with police orders. The Fort Myers Police Department reported that an officer has been placed on paid administrative leave following the fatal shooting.

The incident occurred on Sunday night at the intersection of Grand Avenue and Waltman Street, where police responded to a distress call involving a woman and two young children seeking refuge in a car port.

Upon arrival, the woman informed authorities that her husband, Willy Lumaine, 33, was in the process of attacking their roommate at a residence on Grand Avenue. This prompted officers to set up a perimeter around the house, which exhibited signs of a violent struggle, including blood trails and an open door.

As they attempted to locate Lumaine and ensure the safety of any potential victims, police witnessed him wielding a knife and breaking through a window. Despite repeated verbal commands to drop the weapon, Lumaine emerged from the window holding a knife in one hand and what appeared to be a dismembered body part in the other.

Ignoring further commands from the officers, Lumaine was tragically shot during the confrontation. Medical aid was promptly administered, but he tragically succumbed to his injuries at the scene.

Investigations conducted by the Fort Myers Police Department revealed the gruesome aftermath of a violent altercation inside the residence, with the roommate’s body found mutilated and dismembered. Fortunately, no other victims were discovered at the scene.

The Florida Department of Law Enforcement has joined forces with local authorities to conduct an ongoing investigation into this heinous crime, as the community reels from the shocking events that transpired in their midst. The details surrounding the incident continue to unfold, shedding light on the complexities of this tragic episode in Fort Myers.