College Park police confirmed they have identified the suspect and are working to take him into custody. Rideshare company Uber confirmed that the suspect drove for them at the time of the shooting, but said his account was immediately deactivated.
“The details surrounding the horrific act of violence towards the rider and her newborn are nauseating, and our thoughts are with them as they recover,” an Uber spokesperson said in an email to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. “We stand ready to assist law enforcement with their investigation.”
Anderson told Channel 2 Action News that his daughter and the driver began arguing when he arrived to pick her up in a different car than was indicated in the Uber app. That dispute escalated into gunfire, police confirmed.
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