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Man Arrested For Allegedly Trying To Sexually Assault 2 Women At UCLA

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A student at CSU Northridge accused of trying to sexually assault two women at UCLA turned himself in to police.

Surveillance video showing the suspect was released Saturday, and on Sunday, Daniel Fernando Hoyos Isaza, 20, of Santa Clarita surrendered to police, according to KTLA.

A female student reported that a man grabbed her from behind near Rieber Hall around 2:30 a.m. Friday, but two people interrupted the attack. UCPD police said the man later "grabbed the buttocks" of a second woman on campus, the Los Angeles Times reports.

Police say that Isaza is not linked to any sexual assaults being investigated at CSU Northridge.