The Orange County Register reports that three more suspects were arrested on campus today in connection with the stabbing of two UCLA students at a Lambda Phi Epsilon fraternity party last month. Two of the suspects arrested for the UCLA fraternity party stabbing are UCLA students from Orange County.
A total of seven suspects have been arrested for the UCLA fraternity party stabbing which occurred just off campus September 22. The party was thrown by brothers of the Lambda Phi Epsilon fraternity which was had already been suspended for fighting at the time of the stabbing incident.
A fight broke out during the UCLA fraternity party and two students were stabbed, one in the stomach and the other in the arm. Another UCLA student was hit over the head with a beer bottle.
Federico Fernandez, 22, of Huntington Beach, Phi Quoc Le, 20, of Huntington Beach, Don Thammavongsa, 19, of Westminster and Dan Su Pham, 19, of Covina, were all arrested on the night of the UCLA fraternity party stabbing. All four of these suspects have been arraigned on charges of attempted murder and aggravated mayhem. They are all being held in Los Angeles County jail on $2 million bail each.
UCLA students Isaiah Hee Cho, 19, of Westminster and Chris Yi, 19, of Huntington Beach, and Justin Kim, 19, of La Crescenta, were all arrested on campus today on attempted murder charges after a series of investigative interviews led UCLA campus police to believe the three were involved in the UCLA fraternity party stabbing incident.
None of the seven suspects arrested in connection with the UCLA fraternity party stabbing are listed as members of the Lambda Phi Epsilon fraternity.