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The victim reported that she was brought home to her residence at Graham Hall after attending a party off campus at approximately 3:00am on Saturday, October 25, 2014. The victim then went to bed and fell asleep. She then woke up approximately two hours later with indications she had been sexually battered. The victim did not recall any further details of this reported incident and was not able to describe any potential suspect.
Despite the fact the victim did not wish to pursue a continuing law enforcement investigation and has completed a complaint withdrawal, the UFPD will continue public safety outreach regarding this incident.
The UFPD firmly believes that crime is never the fault of the victim. These general safety tips are provided in an effort to assist members of the UF community.
If you become a victim of crime, please contact law enforcement immediately by calling 9-1-1.
Immediately report any suspicious person or activity to law enforcement.
Always be alert and aware of your surroundings. If someone bothers you, don’t be embarrassed to attract attention to yourself. Yell!
Be sure to lock the doors and windows of your residence.
Do not “prop” open exterior entry doors to your residence.
Do not allow anyone to follow you in your residence as you enter.
If you are a University of Florida campus resident, never allow a stranger into your residence hall and ensure you follow established security guidelines.
GPD_UPD_JointRelease Joint Press Release from the Gainesville Police Department and the University of Florida Police Department regarding additional suspect video and a composite drawing of an individual who may possibly be the suspect.
Public Service Announcement from University of Florida Police Chief Linda J. Stump
14-13 Battery Update University of Florida Police Department Press Release regarding the reclassification and unfounding of the September 5, 2014 incident
GPD_Release_17883_FV Gainesville Police Department Press Release regarding the reclassification and unfounding of the September 5, 2014 incident
Letter to UF Students, Faculty, and Staff regarding safety tips from Chief J. Linda Stump.
The following information is provided by the Gainesville Police Department
VIDEO: This is a POSSIBLE suspect from Saturday’s two sexual assault attempts. Please help us identify. http://youtu.be/N3vkJKBTef0
PHOTOS: Attached are two photos of the POSSIBLE suspect in these attacks – it is the best information we have to go on at this point while we sort through other surveillance video. This person is suspected of two sexual assault attempts on Saturday, August 30th.
TO BE CLEAR:
The reported battery last night near UF Library West described a similar suspect, but it is not known yet if the suspect is the same.
The subject is on the sidewalk near the left hand of the frame
The subject is walking right to left in the frame in the gator colors.
If anyone has any information that could identify the person in the photos, please contact GPD Detectives at 352-393-7670, Crimestoppers at 352-372-STOP or text keyword “GPDFL” plus your tip to 274637]]>