Police said Brittany Carter, 23, and two black males, one identified as 20-year-old Cory Jackson, called for a cab back on January 28 at the TownePlace Suites hotel. During the trip, Jackson allegedly held a knife to the throat of the 29-year-old driver’s throat.
Carter allegedly performed a sexual act on the man as he was held down. Carter and Jackson then stole $32 from the driver, who worked for Trinity Express Cab Service.
Despite having a knife to his throat, the driver did not suffer any injuries during the attack.
Carter is accused of “having purposely compelled” the driver to engage in sexual conduct by “force or threat.” She is being held in Hancock County jail on a $60,000 bond.
Carter’s accomplice Cory L. Jackson, is also wanted on suspicion of murder in connection with the shooting death of Amari Gooding, in Lima, Ohio in Oct., 2016
The attack occurred earlier this year in Findlay, a city about 40 miles south of Toledo. Police say: “two black males and a white female [Carter] ” called for a cab to pick them up at a TownePlace Suites hotel around 4:25 AM. During the subsequent trip, passenger Cory Jackson, 20, pulled out a knife and placed it against the 29-year-old driver’s throat.
Carter allegedly has had several brushes with the law in the past. She was indicted twice in 2016 on felony drug charges, according to court records that show both cases are pending. In one indictment she is accused of possessing heroin, while the second indictment alleges she allowed her vehicle to be used in the trafficking of heroin.
Jackson, who remains at large, is also wanted on a murder warrant for the shooting death of 20-year-old Amari Gooding, in Lima, Ohio in Oct., 2016. He has been charged with aiding and abetting Carter’s crimes as well as aggravated robbery.
Carter is being held at the Hancock County jail in lieu of $60,000 bond.
Once the third driver is identified, he is expected to face charges, as well.