Bank robbery suspect throws feces at deputies

Deputies say Dravion Hampleton came out of restroom covered in feces

Dravion Hampleton is accused of throwing feces on deputies.

FORT MYERS, Fla. – A man accused of robbing a bank in southwest Florida covered himself in feces and threw it at deputies, according to the Lee County Sheriff's Office.

Dravion Hampleton, 25, was arrested Tuesday after deputies said he robbed a bank.

While at the Lee County Sheriff's Office, Hampleton asked to use the restroom, according to an arrest report.

Deputies said he later emerged from the restroom covered in his own feces and threw it at them.

According to the report, Hampleton tried to kick and pull away from deputies while he was being escorted into the back of a patrol car.

Deputies said Hampleton also refused to identify himself, only giving a last name of Wells and no date of birth.

Hampleton was arrested on charges of armed robbery, battery on a law enforcement officer and resisting arrest with violence.

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