Fake driver Uber: rain of accusations against a man of Ottawa

News 13 January, 2018
  • QMI agency

    Saturday 13 January 2018 10:59

    Saturday, January 13, 2018 11:05

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    OTTAWA | An Ottawa resident who was pretending to be a driver for Uber will have to answer a litany of accusations concerning sexual assault, fraud and theft of debit cards and credit.

    The Ottawa police had recently warned the public in respect of this individual offering to renew the women, often late in the evening, “especially around the Byward market, and possibly the place of women in seemingly drunken and out of the bars or restaurants”.

    Sami Hassan Khreis, 37, has finally been pinned. Particularly, he shall have to answer to a charge of sexual assault, three counts of fraud under $ 5,000, two counts of theft of credit cards and a head of property obtained by crime. It would also have broken a probation order, has been provided by press release.

    Khreis will be back before the judge this Monday, while the police investigation continues in this case.

    Anyone with information regarding this case is asked to contact the Ottawa police through its hotline by calling 613 236-1222, ext 5944 system or by calling toll free at 1 800 222-8477.