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UPD Beat: Nude Male Caught Walking Around North Lake Village

Adriana Hall

On Sept. 8, UPD received a complaint that there was a group of people hosting a Car Club meeting that was not affiliated with FGCU’s official Car Club. UPD advised FGCU’s Car Club to tell its members not to attend meets that are not university-sanctioned events. 

UPD received a report about a nude male walking around North Lake Village on Sept. 8.  Officers found the male on FGCU Lake Parkway West and was then transported to Park Royal Hospital for a medical check. The subject was transported to HealthPark Medical Center for a medical evaluation. There, a medical response form and baker-act form were completed on the individual. 

On Sept. 9, a welfare check was completed on the baker-acted male at The Reef Student Living. The male was with his friends and appeared to be in good health. 

UPD responded to a complaint about a subject touching multiple female students at North Lake Village on Sept. 10. Officers separated both parties and escorted the subject back to his dorm in Falcon. The female students were escorted back to their dorm in Building B. UPD pulled surveillance footage from Eagles Landing and completed a report of the incident. 

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On Sept. 11, LCSO called into UPD about a complaint they received regarding a physical altercation between two women at North Lake Village. When officers arrived, they found the subject blocking the complainant’s car door. The subject jumped on the hood of the complainant’s vehicle and then got into the driver’s seat. UPD completed a witness statement and prosecution report. 

On Sept. 13, UPD received three complaints stating they were all followed by the same person. All three incidents were reported to happen in different areas on campus. The first occurrence happened on Sept. 5 around 3 p.m. when a woman was being followed by an unknown white man around the age of 19/20-years-old. He followed her from North Lake Village to the university library. He started asking her personal questions and making her uncomfortable. Another woman posted about a similar interaction on Snapchat. Then, another woman reported another similar interaction. Officers pulled surveillance footage from cameras in several locations but were unable to locate the man.

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Alexandra Cavalier
Alexandra Cavalier, Eagle News Assistant Assignment & Features Editor
Alexandra Cavalier is a junior majoring in journalism. She is from Bradenton, FL, and has been interested in journalism since she joined the yearbook staff during her freshman year of high school. In the future, she hopes to pursue a career in publishing. When not planning her next story, you can find her studying art history or watching movies.

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