Longboat Key Police Officer Randy Thompson was recently recognized by the Saramana Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution. Thompson was one of eight law-enforcement officers from seven local departments honored with certificates and medals at the group’s luncheon Friday, April 9, at the Lido Key Holiday Inn.
Earlier this year, Thompson was honored for the second time as the Kiwanis Club of Longboat Key Police Officer of the Year. He is a 15-year veteran of the Longboat Key Police Department.
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