After witnessing the incident from a distance, a Lee County sheriff's deputy called for backup. A K-9 unit and an aviation unit were deployed to locate and detain Gonzalez. The Lee County Sports Complex offers ADA Accessible Parking, but spaces are limited and cannot be reserved in advance. Free shuttle service is available throughout the parking lot before and after each game.
The Will Call windows are located at the Hammond Stadium box office, inside the Lee County sports complex. Pets are not allowed at the Lee County Sports Complex, with the exception of service animals certified for the disabled. Recent upgrades to the Lee County sports complex are bringing a whole new touch to your SWFL spring training experience. The Minnesota Twins and Fort Myers Mighty Mussels are committed to creating a safe, comfortable, and fun experience at the Lee County sports complex.
The Minnesota Twins are committed to operating the Lee County sports complex in a sustainable manner. Tickets can be purchased at the Hammond Stadium box office, located to the left of the fountain in the Lee County sports complex. The protective network of Hammond Stadium in the Lee County Sports Complex begins in right field, on the first base line, and continues behind the home plate until the end of section 117, passing through the Twins Bullpen on the third base line. Guests are asked to avoid obstructing the view of others and not to stand in the corridors when using camera equipment. For safety reasons, a zero-tolerance policy is enforced regarding guest interference with a ball in play, interruption of an event at the Lee County sports complex, or interference with a VIP.
The Fort Myers Mighty Mussels, Minnesota Twins, and Lee County are not responsible for any guests who are injured by a ball pitch or bat that enters the seating area. The answer to whether there is a parking lot available at the hot dog stand in Lee County, FL is no. According to a statement from the State Attorney's Office, James Gonzalez was found guilty and sentenced to 20 years in prison for killing Kelvis Maiguel when he was trying to rob him in May. A Lee County employee informed them that their booth would no longer be allowed to be in the complex's parking lot.