UCLA Sex Assault Suspect Surrenders

The 20-year-old suspect was not a UCLA student, officials said.

By Brandon Lowrey
|  Sunday, Oct 6, 2013  |  Updated 7:02 PM PDT
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SoCal Universities Warn of On-Campus Crimes

Daniel Fernando Hoyos Isaza, 20, of Santa Clarita was a suspect in an attempted sexual assault on Oct. 4 on the UCLA campus. He turned himself in Sunday, according to a UCLA Police Department statement.

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SoCal Universities Warn of On-Campus Crimes

A man is suspected of trying to sexually assault a student at UCLA and another man is suspected of breaking into a CSUN dorm, groping a female student then stealing her wallet. The crimes are not related but have both universities alerting their students. Jane Yamamoto reports from Cal State Northridge for the NBC4 News at 8 p.m. on Oct. 5, 2013.
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A suspect in an attempted sexual assault at the University of California, Los Angeles turned himself in Sunday, authorities said.

Daniel Fernando Hoyos Isaza, 20, of Santa Clarita was scheduled to be booked into jail, according to a UCLA Police Department statement. He was not a UCLA student, university officials said.

Isaza was accused of grabbing a female student from behind and trying to sexually assault her near a residence hall about 2:30 a.m. Friday. Two witnesses interrupted the attack, and the alleged attacker fled the scene, according to a UCLA statement.

Surveillance photos of the suspect released by UCLA show a dark-haired man with a mustache. In Isaza's booking photos, he has no facial hair.

Anyone with information about the case can call UCLA detectives at 310-825-9371, reference #13-1706. To report an anonymous tip, call 310-794-5824.

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