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7 Arrested in Stabbing at UCLA Frat Party

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Three UCLA students and four others have been arrested in connection with attacks that took place at an off-campus frat party in September. The incident happened in the early hours on Tuesday, September 22nd when police received a call about an assault with a deadly weapon at a Lambda Phi Epsilon fraternity residence on the 600 block of Midvale Avenue.

One student was stabbed in the abdomen, requiring surgery, and another in the arm. A third student was hit over the head with a bottle.

Campus police quickly arrested the four non-students later in the day based on witness descriptions and other information. Federico Fernandez, 22, of Huntington Beach; Phi Quoc Le, 20, of Huntington Beach; Dan Su Pham, 19, of Covina; and Don Thammavongsa, 19, of Westminster were all still hanging out on campus when police located them. They were arraigned on charges of attempted murder and aggravated mayhem and remain in jail on $2 million bail each.