A Penn State professor with a side job as a Pittsburgh Uber driver who was arrested this month for allegedly kidnapping two women is now accused of kidnapping a third woman that same night.
As he drove, the woman said Lomotey kept asking about her relationship status. She said she replied that “she was engaged and did not want to participate in any sexual activities with him,” but claimed Lomotey held and grabbed her wrist during the ride, according to court documents.
Lomotey was first arrested on May 11 in a similar incident.
Lomotey allegedly asked the passengers if they were single and complimented their appearances. At one point he allegedly pulled over, locked the car and told the victims, “you’re not going anywhere,” according to the criminal complaint.