Jackson State University President Resigns Following Prostitution Sting Arrest

William Bynum Jr., president of Jackson State University, gave up Monday after he was imprisoned in primary Mississippi over the weekend break as part of a prostitution sting.

The Clinton Police Department mentioned in a news release that the two-day treatment, that made call with perpetrators utilizing online “dark web” sites, resulted in an overall of 17 apprehensions. This included Bynum, 57, that is linked of obtaining services of a female of the street, inaccurate statement of recognition along with simple possessions of marijuana.

During an interview Monday, Clinton Police Chief Ford Hayman mentioned that those imprisoned were responding to an online ad for prostitution services, along with were pleased by a hidden policeman at a resort near the Interstate 20, The Associated Press reported.

Shonda McCarthy, an art gallery manager at Jackson State University, was in addition among those imprisoned. She was billed with obtaining services of a female of the street along with possessions of marijuana while running a car.

A press release from the Mississippi Board of Trustees of State Institutions of Higher Learning mentioned that Bynum had in fact tendered his resignationMonday They in the future revealed they would definitely hold an emergency circumstance conference at noontime to examine a “Jackson State University personnel matter,” along with Thomas Hudson was eventually called the acting president of the university.

Bynum was designated to his responsibility at Jackson State University in May2017 Prior to that, he was president of Mississippi Valley State University for 4 years.

It was not quickly clear if Bynum or McCarthy are meant by a legal representative. An representative from Jackson State University reduced to provide included remark.