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The Cape Coral police department are actively looking for Erica Johnson who has been missing since July 14th. It’s been hard to find her because she does not have a car, bank account or any form of social media. She also rarely uses her cell phone. Her ex husband told police that she missed an appointment to see her children because she had to work. Police were able to find out that she got a ride from a coworker to the Cape Coral bus station. Surveillance video showed that she was at the bus station around 5:37 pm on July 5th and then on July 8th when she actually left.

The Greyhound she boarded was headed to Tampa. Johnson was seen carrying a travel pillow her bags and a bunny at the time. Johnson is 130 pounds 5 Fert 8 inches tall. She has green eyes and light brown hair with blonde highlights. If you know where she is or have any info at all please call the police department at 239-574-3223.

7 Things To Know About Florida's New Noise in Cars Law

You might not have even known it was getting voted on. It has. It passed. The governor signed off on it. And it went into effect immediately. Channel 8 reports that House Bill 1435 means if you have our station cranked up too loud, you could be breaking the new law. Sorry.

We’re not going to stop playing the music you wanna turn up anytime soon so let’s help you avoid a ticket. Here are the 7 big things to know about House Bill 1435 that was voted on last month… even though most Floridians probably never heard of it. The law “prohibits excessive noise emanating from a motor vehicle.”

  • #1: The 25 feet rule.

    If someone 25 feet away can hear the music you have cranked up, you could get cited.

  • #2: Quiet zones.

    This law is specific to areas near homes, churches, schools and hospitals.

  • #3: Exemptions.

    If you’re a cop, fire truck or ambulance driver, you’re off the hook.

  • #4: Even if you're moving...

    It’s considered a nonmoving violation so your insurance rates won’t go up.

  • #5: It's not just music.

    They say even cell phone conversations could count just like a car radio, tape player, or compact disc player. Wait. Tape player? What year is this!?

  • #6: Enforcement begins soon.

    Looks like some agencies are ready to enforce… Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office says they’re starting July 1.

  • #7: This law was done away with years ago.

    A decade ago this law was deemed unconstitutional by the Florida Supreme Court.  Will this bring on a new lawsuit? Time will tell.