VISTA (CNS) – A former basketball star who sexually assaulted two ladies whereas driving for Lyft and Uber was sentenced in the present day to a yr in jail.
Jeremy George Vague, 37, pleaded responsible at an earlier listening to to felony false imprisonment by pressure and misdemeanor counts of indecent publicity and sexual battery.
Vague admitted sexually assaulting a 24-year-previous intoxicated lady whereas working for Lyft on Sept. four, stated Deputy District Attorney Kate Flaherty.
The defendant additionally admitted sexually assaulting an 18-year-previous Escondido lady he picked up at Palomar College whereas working for Uber on Sept. 16, the prosecutor stated.
Instead of driving the youthful lady to her house as she requested, Vague took her towards her will to a different location and sexually assaulted her. She notified police and Vague was arrested the subsequent day and subsequently charged with assaulting the opposite sufferer.
As a scholar athlete, Vague was a second-workforce All-Coast Conference basketball participant at Canada College in Redwood and set scoring and shot- blocking data for San Marcos High School, the place he was twice named most respected participant, and for the Utah State University Aggies, based on the latter workforce’s web site.