Campus police are investigating a woman's allegation that she was sexually assaulted during a party at a San Diego State fraternity.
The woman told police May 6 that she was attacked on March 25 at about 1 a.m. at the Kappa Alpha Fraternity house on Hardy Avenue. The Daily Aztec paper reported there is "a specific individual being looked at, [but police said] that does not imply that individual will ultimately be a suspect."
"He's not accused at the moment," Lt. Lamine Secka of the SDSU Police Department told the paper. "Nobody's been arrested yet."
Secka said the victim knew her alleged attacker and may have just met him that night.
He also said there is no connection between the March 25 incident and an assault reported on Nov. 15 except that both alleged events occurred at the Kappa Alpha Fraternity house. In that alleged incident, three men forced a woman into a bedroom and assaulted her with three others waited outside. That is still an open case with no suspects, according to SDSU police.