Steven Floyd Whitesell, an Uber Driver in Tulsa, OK, was arrested and charged with two counts of rape, forcible sodomy, and first-degree burglary.
According to area police, Whitesell allegedly dropped the woman off at her home then left the door unlocked so he could get back into the house to sexually assault her.
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While Steven Floyd Whitesell is in police custody, the full extent of his abuse is unclear. There may be other victims in the Tulsa area.
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If you believe that you or a loved one is a survivor of sexual assault by Steven Floyd Whitesell, an Uber Driver in Tulsa, OK, contact us immediately to explore your legal options and get help today.