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Topic - Habib Trabelsi
On the same day police announced the arrest of a car-service driver in connection with the rape of a woman in front of her Northwest D.C. home, prosecutors said they are declining to bring charges and the man taken into custody would be set free.
Once at a hospital where she reported the sexual assault, the woman viewed Mr. Trabelsi’s photo, which was on her Uber receipt, and said she was 75 percent to 80 percent sure he was the person who had assaulted her, but she noted it was difficult to tell because the photo was small, court documents state.