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DETECTIVES OF THE CHARLOTTE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE FILED FIVE MORE CHARGES AGAINST A MAN WHO DROVE AROUND PALM ISLAND ON A GOLF CART WITH A SHOTGUN THREATENING TO KILL HIMSELF AND OTHERS LAST SUNDAY.  DEPUTIES SAY 57 YEAR OLD THOMAS CAMPBELL CALLED HIS SON IN PHOENIX, ARIZONA AROUND 9:30PM SUNDAY AND SAID HE HAD A SHOTGUN AND WAS GOING TO THE BEACH TO KILL HIMSELF.  DEPUTIES ARRIVED ON THE ISLAND AND DEPUTY JOHN STEWART, WHO KNOWS CAMPBELL, TALKED HIM OUT OF SHOOTING ANYONE, INCLUDING HIMSELF.  CAMPBELL DID FIRE ONE ROUND WHILE DRIVING AROUND THE ISLAND, BUT NO ONE WAS INJURED.  HE HAD CHARGES OF AGGRAVATED ASSAULT WITH A FIREARM ON A PERSON OVER 65, DISCHARGING A FIREARM IN PUBLIC FROM A VEHICLE, USING A FIREARM UNDER THE INFLUENCE, IMPROPER EXHIBITION OF A FIREARM, AND DISPLAYING AND THREATENING TO USE A FIREARM ADDED TO THE ORIGINAL CHARGES OF AGGRAVATED ASSAULT WITH A DEADLY WEAPON AND FLEEING TO ELUDE.  HE IS BEING HELD WITHOUT BOND.