Two more suspects featured on Most Wanted Wednesday have been captured and are now behind bars. Raymond Gulla was wanted for violating parole on drugs charges, but he was picked up after Southwest Florida Crime Stoppers received tips from viewers like you.
[CAPTURED] Raymond Gulla (DOB 5/29/87) – He had a felony VOP in Lee County for the possession of a controlled substance and paraphernalia. This warrant stems from an incident where he was found in a trailer with an array of drugs, including meth and fentanyl.
Deputies say the needles he was using to shoot up were actually wrapped up in paperwork that he had just received from a court hearing from a different arrest. He currently has 13 bookings for other charges including resisting, contempt, burglary and violation of a domestic violence restraining order.
He is accused of having white supremacist gang affiliations with lots of tattoos: South Boy on his right wrist, a swastika on his right ankle, Dirty Florida on his left wrist and Raymond on his neck. He is 5’9”, 190 pounds, and was last known to be living in North Fort Myers.
[CAPTURED] Trace Wickman (DOB 7/17/66) – He was wanted in Lee County for violation of probation after his fourth DUI conviction.
His most recent drunk driving incident happened on Veterans Memorial Parkway in Cape Coral where he drove at speeds as fast as 100 miles an hour. He was spotted by an off-duty police officer who also noted that Wickman was swerving dangerously in and out of traffic and even off the shoulder of the road. The officer followed Wickman until Cape cops showed up.
In total, Wickman has 25 previous bookings in Lee County since 1989. In addition to the four convictions for being drunk behind the wheel, he’s also been busted for drugs, battery/domestic violence and leaving the scene of an accident with injuries.
He is 5’10”, 150 pounds and was last known to be living in Southeast Cape Coral.
If you have a tip on the whereabouts of any of these wanted suspects contact Southwest Florida Crime Stoppers. All callers will remain anonymous and will be eligible for a cash reward of up to $3,000.
Southwest Florida Crime Stoppers
1-800-780-TIPS (8477) or