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An Uber driver suspected of sexually assaulting a 21-year-previous Wayne State University student in a automotive Thursday night, after choosing her up in Detroit’s Midtown, was arrested after police issued an alert, police stated. 

UPDATE: Police say Uber driver sex-assault victim is Wayne State student, 21

The journey-sharing service studies it instantly eliminated the 29-year-previous man’s entry to his account after it was notified of the allegations involving the 21-year-previous lady. 

“What’s been reported to police is horrible and is something no one should ever have to go through,” based on a press release from Uber. 

The suspect picked up the lady at about 5:45 p.m. within the 5000 block of Cass in a Toyota Camry, taking her to an unknown location the place she was sexually assaulted, Detroit police spokesman Dontae Freeman stated. 

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“She reported she was able to escape from her vehicle when the suspect stopped for a stop sign” at 31st Street and Devereaux Avenue, he stated. 

Police posted a message on Facebook in search of the general public’s assist finding the suspect, later reporting that he’s in custody. Deputy Police Chief David LeValley Police stated Friday afternoon that the suspect turned himself in at about 2 a.m. He stated the incident didn’t happen on campus. 

The suspect has no felony historical past and “hasn’t confessed to anything,” Levalley stated. 

“We will provide any information to the local authorities that would be useful for their investigation,” Uber stated in its assertion. 

Contact Robert Allen on Twitter @rallenMI or rallen@freepress.com. 

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