Rape Attempt At UCLA's Theta Chi Fraternity; Suspect Paul Meyer Arrested
Cops over the weekend alleged that a UCLA student choked a woman with the intent to rape her.
The crime at Theta Chi fraternity was reported about 2:30 a.m. Friday. A suspect, 20-year-old Paul Meyer, wasn't booked until 8:13 p.m. that day, according to L.A. County Sheriff's Department inmate data.
A UCLA statement says Meyer was arrested on suspicion of ...
... assault with intent to commit rape and false imprisonment ...
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The suspect is a member of Theta Chi, according to reports. UCLA police responded to the house based on a report of an aggravated assault, the school said.
Cops believe Meyer choked the victim, who was taken to Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center and released.
Meyer was released at 9:07 p.m. Saturday after bond was posted with him, according the sheriff's data and UCLA.
He was scheduled to be in court April 4.
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