Michigan State students are being warned about ride-sharing services after two reported sexual assaults.
EAST LANSING, Mich. (WXYZ) - East Lansing Police are warning Michigan State University students about ride sharing services, after two students were recently sexually assaulted near campus.
The vital information was circulating on Friday night on the campus of Michigan State, a night students would be calling on ride sharing drivers by themselves.. But tonight could be different.
Students we spoke to focused on the alert they received today, warning about two sexual assaults at the hands of a ride share driver.
The victims called on the service late at night and early in the morning within the last few weeks.
During these incidents, both women say the driver made unwanted sexual advances. Of course news like this has many concerned. Officers say ride with friends.
Detectives aren't releasing the name of the company or saying if more than one driver is going after these women.
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