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Lyft Driver Accused of Raping Woman in Boone County

Incident Happened on Sunday; Driver Facing Several Charges

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BOONE COUNTY, Ind. – A Lyft driver was accused of raping a woman in Boone County Sunday.

Zionsville Police Detective Elizabeth Frost said driver Nour Baber Mahmoud Albadri, 22, allegedly pulled over his vehicle just outside of Zionsville and raped a 23-year-old passenger. Police said the victim managed to record the incident on her cell phone.

Frost said after the incident Albadri, who is originally from Jordan, drove the woman to her home in Zionsville.

An investigation began and Albadri was arrested Friday in Indianapolis. 

He was taken to the Boone County Jail with a bond set at $250,000 as the judge feared he would leave the country.

Albadri was charged with rape, criminal confinement and two counts of sexual battery.

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