Florida released the official police report for the sexual battery incident involving freshman quarterback Treon Harris.
But with the report being 18 pages worth, there was nothing listed. Not a description of what happened, no continued investigation, nothing. All you can see that’s readable is the time, location and the incident type. As well as the officers name at the bottom. But no additional information within the 18 pages on the incident. Really?
According to the police report, the police were called to the Springs Residential Complex on campus around 12:45am Sunday morning. Around the time all of the players go out downtown Gainesville and party after a win, even after away games.
Harris was accused of sexual battery Sunday morning after the teams victory over Tennessee. Harris was put in late in the game for Jeff Drisekl and lead the Gators to a 10-9 victory. Harris was also suppose to take over this Saturday against LSU at home.
Now the odd thing about this police report is that most of the time only certain information is redacted from the reports. But literally the whole 18 pages were removed so that sounds pretty fishy to me.
Spoke with an attorney who says that much redaction is uncommon. Normally just accuser's name is redacted from reports.
— Nick de la Torre (@NickdelaTorreGC) October 8, 2014
Muschamp spoke to the public about the Harris situation;
“The statement that the university released Monday I think was pretty self-explanatory,” Muschamp said. “It’s a very serious charge and there’s been no change in his status. So that’s kind of where we are. I don’t have anything additional to add.”
The University of Florida announced earlier this week that Harris will be suspended from all team activities until further investigations have been made.
Muschamp and the athletic department decided to cancel the media availability on Monday.
“With the situation Monday and the seriousness of it, I felt like it was a little insensitive to have a football press conference,” Muschamp added. “I think it is today, too. But we’ve got to move forward.”
According to sources, Treon Harris is allowed to take online courses but is not allowed to be on campus.