Second Woman Responsible In Attack Of An Uber Driver Turned Herself Into Authorities

She was also accused of attempting to use a forged ID to withdraw funds from a Bank of America account.

All on the internet has been waiting patiently for the arrest of the second and final suspect in the viral attack of Uber driver Subhakar Khadka in San Francisco for not wearing a face mask.

She was barred from both Uber and Lyft as a result of her conduct, which were explicitly against Uber’s policies. Last week, we mentioned that the second woman, Arna Kimiai, 24, had told authorities that she would be turning herself in through her legal counsel, and she had held her word.

Arna is currently in custody, according to ABC 7, and has handed herself in to the SFPD. According to Subhakar Khadka, Arna was present during the incident, “Started taunting me, cursing me, questioning me about being a man. The ladies were even talking about shooting me, calling their cousins to shoot me. They were making fun of my race.”

Arna is reportedly charged with first-degree robbery, battery on a transit employee, and conspiracy to commit a crime, according to the article. Malaysia King, the other woman involved in the case, is also 24 years old and faces separate charges. In connection with the Uber attack, she was arrested in Las Vegas and charged with assault with a caustic substance, assault and battery, conspiracy, and breach of the health and safety code.

She was also accused of attempting to use a forged ID to withdraw funds from a Bank of America account. Arna’s bail has been set at $75,000. There is currently no court date set, and no mugshot is available. Many people were outraged that Arna’s mugshot was not released, despite the fact that Malaysia’s was released shortly after her arrest.

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