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No jail for Collier deputy in molestation case

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No jail for Collier deputy in molestation case

By Andrew Murphy. CREATED Mar 10, 2014

NAPLES, Fla. - A former Collier County deputy accused of molesting a teenage boy will not serve jail time for the allegations.

Charles Bullock pleaded no contest in court Monday morning. 

He must serve two years of probation and surrender his law enforcement license. 

Bullock was fired by CCSO following his arrest in 2010. 

His mug shot is protected from being released to the public by Florida law.