Robbery, sexual assault suspect lured victims through social media
2017-12-12T23:57:39Z2017-12-12T23:57:39ZPosted by FOX19 Digital Media Staff
WESTWOOD, OH (FOX19) -
Cincinnati police put out a warning about a man they said is luring victims through social media, robbing and sexually assaulting them.Police said it has happened at least twice on Erlene Drive in Westwood.According to police, the suspect threatened the victims with a handgun and attacked them.
An Oxford taxi service owner has been arrested on charges of rape and kidnapping. On Dec. 8 and 9, two female Miami University students reported separate sexual assaults involving the owner of an area taxi service. They said Sherman Jackson, the owner of Sherman's Safe Ride, sexually assaulted them in his vehicle. Jackson, 38, was arrested on two counts of rape, two charges of kidnapping, and taken to Butler County Jail. The investigation into this case is ongoing.
The Cincinnati Metro bus system is at a crossroads as it faces a $2.5 million operating budget deficit heading into the new year. To bring in more revenue the board is now considering increasing bus fares. A bus ticket can cost up to $3 one way. If the fare increase is approved, 15 cents would be added to each ticket. For Leyxus Warren, the Metro is a lifeline for getting around the city. "I got to get to my job to pay the bills," she said.
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