Lead Detective in Jameis Winston Case Is FSU Grad & Super Fan
Yahoo Sports is reporting that the lead detective, and guy who’s been scrutinized for his handling of the sexual assault investigation involving Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston is Florida State graduate, and a huge fan of the program.
According to reports, Detective Scott Angulo twice requested permission to obtain secondary employment with the Seminole Boosters, according to records acquired by Yahoo Sports.
Angulo actually wanted to be a Florida State booster.
The secondary employment requests were filed by Detective Scott Angulo of the Tallahassee Police Department on Sept. 15, 2011, and Jan. 19, 2012.
Winston has been named in a sexual assault complaint that is alleged to have occurred in December 2012. The family of the alleged victim has questioned why Angulo didn’t collect DNA and blood work from Winston when Winston’s attorney knew of the sexual assault report as early as February.
The State Attorney’s office is investigating the incident and has yet to announce whether Winston will be charged. Winston’s attorney has said his client did nothing wrong and suggested any sex that might have occurred between Winston and the alleged victim was consensual.
An employee for the Seminole Boosters, a fundraising arm for Florida State athletics, was contacted to see what kind of work Angulo did for the organization.
That employee stated that “the organization regularly hires officers to work athletic events and to provide security for skyboxes in Doak Campbell stadium.”