UF Frat Boys Chase Burglary Suspect

GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) -- Police say a burglary suspect ran after he was spotted in the bedroom of the Kappa Alpha fraternity's house mother at the University of Florida.
But he didn't get far. According to a police report, some fraternity members chased 23-year-old Solomon Jamel Taylor III early Thursday morning and held him down until police arrived.
The Gainesville Sun reports Taylor entered the woman's bedroom through a balcony. The woman was awakened when her dog started barking. She saw the man in the doorway and screamed.
University of Florida police say it doesn't appear Taylor is enrolled at the school or that he knew the woman.
Solomon was being held in the Alachua County Jail Thursday morning. Jail records did not list an attorney for him.
No further details were immediately available.


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