PALM BEACH COUNTY, Fla. - The U.S. Marshal’s Regional Fugitive Task Force has arrested a man for sexual battery on a woman and detectives say there could be other victims.
His arrest stems from an incident in February.
According to a probable cause affidavit, a woman said she was drinking with friends at a Fort Lauderdale club and the next thing she knew she woke up at a house in Boynton Beach and was being sexually assaulted by a man.
She said he later dropped her off at her home.
She got his license plate number and police say that by using a photo line-up the alleged victim was able to identify the suspect as Isaac Brevil.
Police tracked him down in March at his work and he denied having sex with the woman, but he refused to voluntarily give DNA evidence, according to the affidavit.
Police say he stopped showing up for work after he was questioned and also refused to answer calls to his cell phone.
The Marshal's task force tracked him down in Broward County on Monday.
Brevil is currently in the Palm Beach County Jail.
Detectives believe Brevil could have attacked other women. Anyone with information should contact Boynton Beach police.