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UCLA Attempted Sexual Assault Suspect Surrenders

Posted by Ronald D. Hedding | Oct 07, 2013 | 0 Comments

Daniel F. Hoyos Isaza of Santa Clarita, 20, a non-student at UCLA, turned himself into UCLA police and was arrested about 12:30 p.m. in connection to an attempted sexual assault on UCLA campus.

The reason dfor the surrender was because there were public photos of him released near the residence hall as the alleged attacker.

The attempted sexual assault occurred Friday October 4th at around 2:30 pm.

Hoyos, the suspect, allegedly grabbed a female student from behind and attempted to sexually assault her until he was interrupted by two witnesses. He then fled the scene.

After the victim and witnesses described him to the police, the sketch of the suspect was released and it allegedly matched Hoyos.

Hoyos is now being held in lieu of $1.13 million bail. He is due in court at the LAX Superior Courthouse for arraignment on October 8th where his Los Angeles Sexual Assault Attorney will plea on his behalf guilty, not guilty, or no contest.

Hoyos is potentially facing jail time that can be up to 3 years, fines, and mandatory sex offender registration as required by California penal code section 290.

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