The arrested woman will be transferred to California and charged with assault with an irritating substance, forming criminal association, physical assault and violating health laws.
Las Vegas, March 15th (AP). – a Woman arrested in Las Vegas Days after the assault on Mr. Uber driver In San Francisco published by social networks accepted on Monday To CaliforniaWhere you will face criminal charges.
The king of Malaysia, 24, said he did not have a lawyer during his brief court appearance via closed circuit video. The woman agreed not to oppose the extradition. No questions were asked about the charges against him.
King was arrested Thursday under a California warrant for assaulting a disturbing criminal group, physical assault, and violating health and safety laws.
Peace judge Eric Goodman said California authorities have 30 days to hold King and have informed the woman that she may also face charges in Las Vegas over allegations that she and a man attempted to use someone else’s identity to obtain funds from that person’s bank account.
⚠️ 𝗪𝗔𝗥𝗡𝗜𝗡𝗚: 𝗘𝗫𝗣𝗟𝗜𝗖𝗜𝗧 𝗟𝗔𝗡𝗚𝗨𝗔𝗚𝗘 ⚠️ Uber driver Subhakar told me that he picked up 3 women in Bayview yesterday and after he asked one of them to wear a mask he was vulnerable to insults and taunts and one of them grabbed his phone.
It takes a few days off.
SFPD check. pic.twitter.com/o99pOooWsw
– Dion Lim (@DionLimTV) March 9, 2021
Court records show that King has been charged with burglary and conspiracy in that case, and he is due to appear in court in May.
Hours earlier, San Francisco Police announced that 24-year-old Arna Kimai, a young woman who appeared with King in a confrontation with an Uber driver, had turned herself in to face charges of theft, assault, criminal communication and more.
Kimai’s lawyer, Seth Morris, said his client had offered a $ 75,000 guarantee to be released until a future court hearing during which charges could be brought against him.
The video provided by the driver shows an unmasked woman, later identified as Kimiyi, coughing in his face and snatching his cell phone. Police said that when the three women got out of the car, one of them sprayed what he believed was pepper spray on the driver.
Police said Uber driver Subhakar Khadka, 32, was assaulted after he stopped his car when he noticed that one of the three passengers was not wearing a mask.
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