GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) -State prosecutors dropped a felony burglary charge against Florida safety Tony Joiner on Friday, clearing the way for the senior to play at top-ranked LSU.
Joiner was arrested around 5 a.m. Tuesday for allegedly trying to take his girlfriend's car out of a towing company's impound lot.
Spencer Mann, chief investigator for the State Attorney's Office, said the charge was dropped because the towing company ``believes it's a big misunderstanding.''
``The victim is adamant that he sustained no loss or damage and does not wish to pursue criminal charges,'' Mann said. ``Based on the information, we cannot sustain a criminal charge. Without a victim, I have no crime.''

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