Georgia Uber driver accused of stabbing 2 customers

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An Uber driver is accused of stabbing two of her customers last Sunday in east Georgia, the Augusta Chronicle reported.

Shaunisha Danielle Brown, 29, of Augusta, faces two counts of aggravated assault, the newspaper reported.

She's accused of stabbing two people in the 5000 block of Reynolds Way, according to a Grovetown police incident report obtained by the Chronicle.

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Grovetown is in Columbia County, about 140 miles east of downtown Atlanta and about 12 miles west of Augusta.

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The victims were taken to an area hospital, and police searched for a 2012 silver Hyundai Sonata, the report said. The vehicle was later found, and Brown was arrested at an AM/PM gas station, the report said.

No bond has been set. Police did not release a motive for the alleged attack.

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Uber sent the newspaper a statement on the incident that said: “What the police reported is appalling and not tolerated on the Uber app. This driver no longer has access to the app and we will work with law enforcement to assist with their investigation.”

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