The woman filed a sexual assault complaint around 4:25 a.m. Pacific Friday, Skalland said. A statement from the sheriff's office Monday said the woman met a small group of people in downtown Santa Cruz on Thursday night and then went to a resort in nearby Aptos, where the alleged incident happened. Sandoval was contacted at the resort by detectives and cooperated in the investigation, authorities said.
"Pablo and his attorney remain cooperative," Skalland said in a phone interview Monday. "Detectives are still interviewing people and the investigation is ongoing. They are collecting evidence and most of the investigation should be wrapped up this week."
The 25-year-old Sandoval and lawyer Eric Geffon met with authorities Friday. Geffon called the sexual encounter "consensual."