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Naked man who fled mobile home covered in blood is suspect in girlfriend's murder

NEW YORK - FEBRUARY 22:  Police tape hangs outside the apartment building at 31 Downing Street, where Vado Diomande lives on the fifth floor, as police officials work at the scene February 22, 2006 in the West Village neighborhood of New York City. Diomande, a drum maker, is being treated at a hospital for a case of inhaled anthrax.  (Photo by Jonathan Fickies/Getty Images)

NEW YORK - FEBRUARY 22: Police tape hangs outside the apartment building at 31 Downing Street, where Vado Diomande lives on the fifth floor, as police officials work at the scene February 22, 2006 in the West Village neighborhood of New York City. Diomande, a drum maker, is being treated at a hospital for a case of inhaled anthrax. (Photo by Jonathan Fickies/Getty Images)  (2006 Getty Images)

A Southern California man was arrested over the weekend after he was seen fleeing a crime scene naked and covered in blood.

The San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department said 22-year-old Victor Sanchez was being held without bail on suspicion of murdering 21-year-old Jakelyn Hernandez in her mobile home early Saturday.

According to CBS Los Angeles, police were called to a mobile home park in Bloomington around 5:04 a.m. Saturday following reports of a man running naked and covered in blood. Inside a mobile home, they found Hernandez unresponsive.

Minutes later, authorities received reports of naked man struck by a car about a mile away. The man was later identified as Sanchez.

When deputies arrived at the crash scene, they determined Sanchez was a suspect in the slaying and arrested him. He was sent to a local area hospital to be treated for his injuries.

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The San Bernardino Sun reported the cause of Hernandez's death is under investigation.