NEWTON, MA — The ex-Uber driver accused of raping a passenger earlier this yr in Newton and the person who turned himself in after the Gulf fuel station on Beacon Street in Newton was robbed have been each indicted by grand juries, based on the Middlesex County District Attorney Marian Ryan who introduced Monday the indictments that occurred between between June and July 20 this yr. These costs are allegations and the defendants are presumed harmless till confirmed responsible.
Rape: Luis Baez, 34, was charged with rape and failure to seem. The Assistant District Attorney is Kate Kleimola. Baez was the previous Uber driver accused of raping considered one of his passengers the Patch reported earlier.
Armed theft: Matthew Skinner, 34, of Natick, was charged with masked armed theft and larceny over $250. The Assistant District Attorney is Radu Brestyan. Skinner turned himself in to police November final yr in reference to robbing the Gulf fuel station on Beacon Street that month the Patch reported at the time.
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Originally revealed July 31, 2017.