A grand Jury indicted Wisner Desmaret, 29, Friday for first-degree murder of Fort Myers Police Officer Adam Jobbers-Miller.
Desmaret faces eight other charges in addition to murder.
Jobbers-Miller died from his injuries July 28, after being shot in the head on July 21, while responding to an incident at a Marathon gas station on Dr.Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard.
Desmaret has a lengthy record in crime and mental health issues.The last four times Desmaret was arrested in Lee County, judges say he wasn’t mentally competent to stand trial, according to the state attorney’s office.
After getting out of jail in 2016 in Lee County, Desmaret was arrested for drugs in Sarasota County.
During the case, he wrote an unusual letter to the court that talks about angels coming to save him.
A Sarasota County judge did not file incompetency in that case and Desmaret was released on bond after he wrote the letter.
Three days later, Desmaret allegedly shot officer Jobbers-Miller.