LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- A man wanted by LAPD in a random attack on an elderly man in Hollywood has been identified - and it turns out he had been arrested by sheriff's deputies for a similar incident the same day.
The suspect was identified as Dale Shoner, 43.
He allegedly was the suspect seen on video attacking a random elderly man on a Hollywood sidewalk, using his backpack to hit him on the head and knock him to the ground.
That assault occurred Oct. 20 around 8 a.m. on North La Brea Avenue.
Just about two hours after that assault, Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies based in West Hollywood arrested Shoner for a different alleged assault at Santa Monica Boulevard and Spalding Avenue.
The two agencies did not make the connection until after the Los Angeles Police Department put out a public release and surveillance video on the Hollywood incident on Wednesday.
Shoner is being held on $190,000 bail on charges that include robbery, criminal threats and assault with a deadly weapon.