LEE COUNTY, Fla. - Joshua Sekulic, a Florida Gulf Coast University student, was arrested Monday night shortly after 8:00 p.m., for allegedly sexually battering two female students and attacking a third.
Sekulic is currently being held on $125,000 bond in the Lee County Jail. The judge ordered that Sekulic stay away from the alleged victims, as well as the location of the alleged offense.
Investigators said Sekulic's crimes occurred over a six-day period in late October.
On November 2, the Lee County Sheriff's Office responded to the Florida Gulf Coast University Police Office regarding a past occurred sex crime. Two female students reported to FGCU Police that they were sexually attacked by Sekulic.
According to the first victim, she invited Sekulic to her FGCU apartment on October 24 to watch a movie. She said shortly after his arrival, Sekulic became aggressive and demanded sex. She said she refused, at which time Sekulic removed her clothing and raped her.
The second victim stated she invited Sekulic to her dorm room on October 30th. Again, Sekulic demanded sex and when the victim said no, he held her down against her will and forced her into oral sex.
The third victim said she and Sekulic were in her student apartment on October 28 when he started messing with her iPad. She said she asked Sekulic to leave, but he grabbed her, bit her on the shoulder, and threw her on the bed, pinning her down. The victim was able to break free and Sekulic subsequently left.
Following an interview with detectives, and as a result of evidence gathered during the investigation, Sekulic was arrested and charged with two counts of Sexual Battery and one count of Battery.
Detectives want to know if there are more victims of Sekulic out there. If so, they are encouraged to call the Lee County Sheriff's Office Major Crimes Unit at (239) 477-1050.