USC Student Arrested on Suspicion of Sexual Assault on Campus: LAPD

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A USC student has been arrested on suspicion of a sexual assault that occurred in a dorm on campus earlier this month, Los Angeles Police Department officials said Tuesday.

The alleged assault occurred on April 1 and Aarman Premjee, 20, was arrested on Tuesday. A USC student directory spelled the student’s first name as Armaan, the Los Angeles Times reported.

His bail was set at $100,000, LAPD officials said. Premjee was released about 8 p.m. after posting bond, according to the newspaper.

No details were released about the incident or victim. The Times reported that Premjee and the victim are undergraduate students and that the alleged assault was reported immediately.

Anyone with information about the incident can call Detective Oscar Gamino or Detective Carla Zuniga at 213-486-6910.