Deputy who used uniform to cut in line suspended


By Ryan Mills
The Naples Daily News

COLLIER COUNTY, Fla. — An early morning Black Friday shopping trip ended with a two-day suspension for a Collier County sheriff's deputy after a customer who had been in line outside the store for 10 hours reported the deputy used his uniform to cut to the front.

Sgt. Robert Tompkins, a corrections deputy at the Naples Jail Center, finished his shift about 4:30 a.m. Nov. 23 and went to Circuit City, 5052 Airport-Pulling Road, to pick up a camera he had purchased online, according to an internal investigation.

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