UCF trustee resigns amid Seminole prostitution sting arrest

The vice chair of the UCF Board of Trustees has resigned after Seminole County deputies said they arrested him in a prostitution sting last week.

Harold Mills, 53, was arrested at Sandlando Park in Altamonte Springs on Thursday during an undercover operation at the park, according to a Seminole County Sheriff’s Office arrest report.

A UCF spokesperson confirmed that Mills resigned from the university’s governing board earlier this week.

“The Board has initiated the process of holding elections for Vice Chair pursuant to its bylaws,” the spokesperson said in an emailed statement.

Mills served as a board member at UCF, Guidewell, Florida Blue, Rollins College, LIFT Orlando and the Dr. Phillips Performing Arts Center, according to UCF officials.

In the arrest report, deputies said Mills had exposed his genitals to one of the undercover agents when they stood at the open window of his car’s door in the park.

Mills claimed that he “was simply clearing his mind” by visiting the park after he was arrested, the report says.

Mills faces charges of indecent exposure and agreeing to secure a prostitute.

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