Charges dropped against Student Alumni Association President

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The State Attorney’s Office dropped all charges against the President of the Stetson’s Student Alumni Association who was accused of felony grand theft.

Alexander Errazquin, a Stetson junior, was arrested Feb. 9 after he admitted to stealing a stop sign, according to a DeLand Police Department arrest affidavit.

Official paperwork from the State Attorney’s Office signed on March 3 confirms that the state will not proceed with the prosecution. According to the document, all physical evidence “Is no longer needed for court and may be disposed of according to law.”

Amy Dedes, the SAA adviser, said that Errazquin was allowed to keep his position as President Elect after his arrest and was sworn in as President in an officer transition meeting on Feb. 14.

“I’m happy that everything has been resolved and thankful to everyone who supported me along the way,” Errazquin said.

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  1. Kind’ve silly – he moved the sign, the word “steal” makes it seem as though he intended to take it with him, which he didn’t. At any rate, I guess according to the charges you had to use this word but in the end, the whole situation was ludicrous and should have been handled internally by P-Safe.

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