Could You Help Solve a Cold Case File?
It is possible and you might not have been aware that you could. You may have seen something, or you may have been told something, that you did not realize could be important in helping to solve a crime. We are asking for your help.
The Winter Garden Police Department, as does virtually every law enforcement agency, has its Cold Case Files. In an effort to develop new investigative leads that may lead to solving these cases, we are using this section of our website to present a synopsis of some of our major cases that remain unsolved after both the passage of time and an extensive investigation.
If you have information regarding any of these, or any other criminal cases, please contact CRIMELINE at 800-423-TIPS, or contact the Winter Garden Police Department's Criminal Investigation Division Unit Supervisor at 407-656-3636, ext. 4.
On January 30, 1996, between 3:30 and 4 a.m., several gunshots were heard by residents in the area of Center Street and Tenth Street.
On May 12, 2007, at approximately 1:44 a.m., Jose Serrano stumbled into his apartment and collapsed on the floor.
On December 29, 2007, the body of Kevin Wayne Noble was discovered in an abandoned residence located on West Colonial Drive.
On February 13, 1997, a tow truck driver in the process of making a routine removal of an abandoned vehicle discovered a body in the trunk.
October 24, 1992, Leah Calabrese, also known as “Nicole”, was last seen on the eastside of Winter Garden.
On October 7, 1978, at approximately 1:40 a.m., 17 year old Leonard Moore and one of his friends had been throwing oranges at vehicles driving on Ninth Street.
On December 8, 2004, at approximately 9:53 a.m., construction workers discovered the partially buried remains of a human skeleton.