“I think he was trying to get some information from girls,” Brady said. “(He was) just talking and gossiping trying to find out where everyone was going.”
Rodriguez said police believe McElroy returned to residences where he dropped off women. An Uber representative said McElroy is no longer with the company.
“What’s been described is disturbing and unacceptable,” Uber said in a statement. “The driver’s access has been removed from the app.”
Rodriguez said police believe there are more victims.
Those with information or who believe they are victims of McElroy are asked to call police or Crime Stoppers Atlanta at 404-577-8477, text information to 274637 or visit crimestoppersatlanta.org. Tipsters can remain anonymous and be eligible for rewards of up to $2,000.
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