Lady Concerned In The Assault Of An Uber Driver Has Been Arrested
Authorities have worked hard to bring justice to Subhakar Khadka, an Uber driver who was attacked in San Francisco last weekend. We reported earlier this morning that the San Francisco Police Department (SFPD) had issued an arrest warrant for two of the women involved, and hours later it was reported that one of the women involved in the attack had been arrested. According to the 24-year-old KIRO7 King of Malaysia, the red-clad woman was arrested by police in Las Vegas today. Malaysia was arrested for assault with a corrosive chemical, assault and battery, conspiracy and violation of health and safety law.
The other woman involved in the attack, Arna Kimiai, who sat behind Subhakar and saw him grab his cell phone, has not yet been arrested. Arna’s legal advisor has announced that she plans to turn into government agencies. Tracy McCray, chief of robbery detail for the San Francisco Police Department, spoke to reporters about the arrest. She said, “We are pleased to hear that Ms. Kimiai intends to do the right thing and report to the nearest law enforcement agency, and we hope it does so immediately.” She continued, “The conduct that was videotaped during this incident showed a persistent disregard for the safety and well-being of a key service worker amid a deadly pandemic. We take this behavior very seriously in San Francisco and are committed to ensuring that justice prevails in this case. “
Many roommates have followed Arna’s antics on social media. Several users have broadcast their previous actions on Twitter in the form of exposing their supposedly failed business and legal records. As of now, she has created a new Instagram account after making the last one private and given an update on her dessert meal while her friend is in jail. Roommates will keep you updated as more information becomes available when Arna contacts the authorities.
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