Burlington cabbie allegedly sexually assaults passenger

Burlington cabbie allegedly sexually assaults passenger
Burlington cab driver charged with sexual assault
BURLINGTON, Ont. – A cab driver in Burlington, Ont., is facing a sex assault charge after an alleged incident involving a woman who had been a regular passenger.

Det. Sgt. Chris Newcombe says the 75-year-old man who was driving for Burlington Taxi allegedly showed unannounced up at the womans apartment.

Halton Police say on the evening of July 27, a woman reported being sexually assaulted by a man at her apartment on Claridge Road.

Det. Sgt. Chris Newcombe says the 75-year-old man who was driving for Burlington Taxi allegedly showed unannounced up at the womans apartment.

According to police, the man initially introduced himself as “Bernie,” and then said that his name was actually “Martin.”

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Child Abuse and Sexual Assault Unit; Det. Sgt. Chris Newcombe at 905-465-8965 or Det. Const. Mark Werner at 905-465-8947.

Following a lengthy investigation into a July 2018 sexual assault that occurred in #BurlON, members of our Child Abuse and Sexual Assault Unit have charged Donald WILLIAMS (75) of Burlington with one count of sexual assault.

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