DAILYKENN.com -- Two women claim to have been sexually assaulted by rideshare drivers in Boston, Mass.
One of the victims said the driver was a black male in his late 20s or early 30s.
According to the 2010 census the demographic composition of Boston is:
Male: 295,951 (47.1%); Female, 321,643 (52.9%); White: 333,033 (53.9%); Black: 150,437 (22.4%); American Indian and Alaska Native: 2,399 (0.2%); Asian: 55,235 (8.9%); Other race: 51,893 (1.6%); Two or more races: 24,332 (2.4%); Hispanic/Latino: 107,917 (17.5%).
Boston police put out an alert after two attacks on women who used a rideshare service on Sunday.
The first assault happened on Landsdowne Street just before 3 a.m. Sunday. The victim said she arranged for a rideshare service to pick her up in the area of 15 Landsdowne Street. She said she entered a car she believed to be from the rideshare service she called.
Upon getting into the car, the driver stated that he was not her driver but he would drive her anywhere she needed to go. According to the victim, the driver asked her to sit up front. During the course of the ride, the victim said driver indecently assaulted her.
She described him as a black male in his late 20s to early 30s with short hair and a thin build. He was wearing a black sweater and khaki pants. He spoke with an accent.
Moments later, police were called to the Mission Hill section of the city, where another woman reported an attack. Police said the victim arranged for a rideshare service to pick her up in Boston.
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