UCF Board of Trustees Vice Chair Harold Mills resigns after arrest

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The University of Central Florida Board of Trustees on May 17 will replace Vice Chair Harold Mills after he resigned from his position earlier this week following his May 9 arrest tied to a prostitution sting in Seminole County.


“Harold has always looked out for the community, and until the case is resolved, he felt this was the best course of action,” his attorney Mark NeJame told Orlando Business Journal about why Mills decided to resign from the board.

Mills on May 13 pled not guilty to two misdemeanor charges of alleged indecent exposure and prostitution, according to court documents.

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