An Ohio woman has been charged with raping and robbing a male taxi
driver while an accomplice held the victim at knifepoint, according to
Brittany Carter, 23, was named this month in a two-count felony
indictment charging her with aggravated robbery and rape in connection
with the alleged attack earlier this year in Findlay.
According to cops, “two black males and a white female” called for a cab
to pick them up at a TownePlace Suites hotel around 4:25 AM. During the
subsequent trip, police allege, passenger Cory Jackson, 20, pulled out a
knife and placed it against the 29-year-old driver’s throat, the
Smoking Gun reports..
While the victim was being held at knifepoint, Carter allegedly
performed a sex act on the Trinity Express Cab Service driver. Before
fleeing the vehicle, Carter and Jackson took $32 from the victim’s
pocket, police charge. The driver, cops say, was not injured during the
Carter’s indictment accuses her of “having purposely compelled” the
victim to engage in sexual conduct “by force or threat of force.”
Jackson has been charged with aiding and abetting Carter’s rape of the
taxi driver. He has also been indicted for aggravated robbery. The third
passenger will be charged once he is identified, police say.
Carter is being held at the Hancock County jail in lieu of $60,000 bond.
Jackson, who remains at large, is also wanted on a murder warrant issued in a neighboring Ohio county.