JUPITER, Fla. (AP/WPTV) -- "Trump" is missing - at least from the sign outside of one of the Republican presidential candidate's Florida golf resorts.
Someone removed the script lettering spelling the owner's surname from a Trump National Jupiter entrance sign. Resort officials did not immediately respond to calls and emails Wednesday from The Associated Press.
Jupiter police spokesman Officer Adam Brown told the AP on Wednesday that no report has been filed and the club has not requested assistance.
Trump National is where Donald Trump's campaign manager Corey Lewandowski allegedly grabbed female reporter Michelle Fields, 28, by the arm earlier this month. He was charged this week with battery. He has denied the allegation.
State attorney has not filed charges
State Attorney Dave Aaronberg released a statement Wednesday , clarifying that his office has not brought charges against Lewandowski.
According to the statement, the state attorney has taken no action against Lewandowski and is waiting for the file from the Jupiter Police Department. It says he expects to make a decision on how to proceed before Lewandowski's May 4 arraignment.