OSBI Assisting Logan Co. DA In Investigation Of Uber Driver Accused Of Rape

Friday, June 4th 2021, 7:25 pm
By: Brieon Sumlin

The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation is assisting the Logan County District Attorney’s Office in a rape investigation allegedly involving an Uber driver.

Investigators said in May, Uber driver Timothy Alexander Greene, 44, picked a woman up from a bar in Edmond.

According to the affidavit, the woman was never driven home, instead documents state the victim was allegedly sexually assaulted by Greene.

The victim’s husband told authorities he used GPS to track his wife’s phone after becoming worried when she did not come home when she said she would.   

The husband tracked the phone to Waterloo Road and Westminster. Documents show he spoke to Greene not knowing his wife had taken an Uber or that she was in Greene’s vehicle.  

When the car drove to a second location, he pinged her phone again, this time seeing his wife in the passenger seat.

Court documents stated that he tried to get his wife out of the car, but Greene sped off with the victim’s leg still hanging out.

Read: Local Uber Driver Arrested On Rape & Kidnapping Complaints

The victim was found the next morning sleeping in a Logan County family’s car inside of their garage.  Greene was arrested and booked on complaints of rape in the first-degree, kidnapping and grand larceny.

He remains in the Logan County jail on a $500,000 bond.  

The district attorney’s office believes there could be more victims. Anyone who believes they may have been sexually assaulted by Greene is asked to contact the OSBI at 800-522-8017.