Suspect Arrested for Horrifying Attack on DoorDash Driver in Florida [Video]
- A DoorDash driver was kidnapped, raped, and shot at in Tampa, Florida by a man who was later arrested by the police.
- The suspect, Joseph Killins, 38, held the driver at gunpoint and made her drive to an apartment complex where he raped her.
- The victim’s family tracked her phone location and rescued her from the car, causing Killins to respond by firing multiple rounds at the family.
- Killins fled the scene and the next day attacked and robbed another woman.
- Detectives assigned to the two cases collaborated and eventually arrested Killins at a Tampa Inn hotel.
- Killins faces charges of armed kidnapping, robbery with a firearm, armed sexual battery, aggravated battery with a weapon, and robbery.
On April 18th, a DoorDash driver in Tampa, Florida was kidnapped, raped, and shot at by a man identified as Joseph Killins, 38. The female driver, in her 20s, was held at gunpoint by Killins and made to drive to an apartment complex, where he allegedly raped her.
The victim’s family checked her phone location and arrived to rescue her from the car, which caused Killins to fire multiple rounds at the family. One of the shots hit a family member of the victim’s girlfriend.
Killins fled the scene and the next day attacked and robbed another woman. Detectives assigned to the two cases collaborated and were led to Killins, who was arrested at a Tampa Inn hotel on April 23rd.
Killins faces several charges, including armed kidnapping, robbery with a firearm, armed sexual battery, aggravated battery with a weapon, and robbery.
DoorDash spokesperson Julian Crowley expressed the company’s support for the victim, stating that “No one should ever have to endure something as horrific as this,” and praised the Tampa Police Department for holding the perpetrator accountable.
The incident has raised concerns about the safety of gig workers, who have faced increased risks during the pandemic.
Companies like DoorDash have implemented safety measures such as GPS tracking and background checks, but incidents like this highlight the need for continued efforts to protect workers in the gig economy.
It is important that law enforcement agencies and companies work together to ensure the safety and well-being of gig workers.
Source: NY Post
April 27, 2023 at 6:36 am
Sound like a Biden cabinet member in training
April 27, 2023 at 1:48 pm
You know that’s not his first arrest! What’s his background? You this guy was in prison either in Florida or another State, he didn’t at 38 become a rapist.
April 27, 2023 at 3:09 pm
A Fuckin’ Knee grr!