Father in Washington state tracks daughter to Uber, finds she was being raped, beats up driver

A witness noted that one of the males in the family said, "I don't want to kill you." The father also fired two shots but didn't hit anyone.

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Jarryd Jaeger Vancouver, BC
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An Uber driver is being held in a Thurston County, Washington jail on suspicion of kidnapping and raping an intoxicated female passenger. Ahmed Hassan Ali, 58, had his bail set at $100,000 as the court decides how to proceed with charges.

Ali was arrested early Saturday morning after allegedly taking the victim to a rural area and proceeding to sexually assault her in the back seat. The victim's father and other relatives were able to track her down via her phone, and after rescuing her, proceeded to beat Ali up. 

According to KOMO News, the heavily inebriated victim's friends ordered her an Uber at 12:17 am, then went to another bar. When they got to her house 30 minutes later, she wasn't there. Given that the Uber should have taken no more than 12 minutes, her friends grew concerned and contacted her family. 

Before long, her father tracked her down to the area of Gardner Crescent and Nisqually Park Drive via the Life360 app, and set off with other family members to rescue her. When they arrived, he fired two shots, but neither hit anyone. They found the victim naked in the back, and Ali pulling his pants up while attempting to hop back into the front seat. As her family pulled her out, they attacked Ali, then fled the scene.

Meanwhile, a witness called 911 and police arrived a short time later. They discovered Ali "bleeding heavily from his head and hands with "numerous lumps along the front and side of his head." The witness noted that one of the males in the family said, "I don't want to kill you."

"The driver's behavior is appalling and has no place in our society or on the Uber platform," a spokesperson for the ridesharing app told KOMO News. "We take reports of this nature very seriously and removed the driver’s access to the platform as soon as we were made aware of the incident. We have a dedicated team standing ready to assist law enforcement with their investigation."
 
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