2nd man charged in Vanderbilt law school theft

2nd man charged in Vanderbilt law school theft (Image 1)
2nd man charged in Vanderbilt law school theft (Image 1)

A second man has been arrested in connection to the theft of a large amount of money from Vanderbilt University.

According to Vanderbilt's newspaper, Samuel Wakefield was taken into custody Wednesday and charged with theft of more than $60,000.

The 30-year-old is the domestic partner of Jason Hunt, the former Vanderbilt law school employee accused of stealing $600,000 from the university.

Hunt was arrested last Friday in Arkansas.

Wakefield and Hunt reportedly moved to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico in December where they opened a nightclub.

Before leaving Nashville, Hunt was elected president of Nashville Pride, a position from which he resigned after leaving the United States.

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