UPDATE: Boca Man Threatens UBER Driver With HIV Infection

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Matthew Francis
Matthew Francis, Courtesy Palm Beach County Jail.

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Updating a story we reported first a few days ago, Boca Raton Police have charged Matthew Francis with several criminal acts after he allegedly threatened an Uber Driver with HIV injection. Francis, according to a police report which you can read here in its entirety, threatened to inject the Uber driver with a substance he claimed contained HIV. The injection never happened — but allegedly kidnapping, robbery and other offenses did.
Francis remains in the Palm Beach County Jai.
Read the entire police report here.

 

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