Officials: Man Ubered His Dead Girlfriend To Hospital After Killing Her

Montgomery County District Attorney Kevin R. Steele and Pennsylvania State Police Commander James B. Kemm announce the arrest of Nicholas Forman, 23, of Collegeville, with First-Degree Murder in the death of Sabrina Harooni, 23, of Gilbertsville, on Feb. 3, 2020 in Perkiomen Township. 

At 11:28 a.m. Monday, Feb. 3, 2020, Pottstown Borough Police responded to Pottstown Hospital regarding a female assault victim being treated for life-threatening injuries.

The victim arrived at the hospital in an Uber with the defendant and was pronounced dead at the hospital. It was determined by medical staff that the victim had arrived at the hospital already deceased, according to officials. 

A joint investigation into the death was launched by the Montgomery County Detective Bureau and the Pennsylvania State Police, which has jurisdiction in the area of 937-939 Hamilton Road in Perkiomen Township, where officials say the assault on Harooni took place.

Police said the investigation revealed that the victim and defendant had been watching the Super Bowl at a bar/restaurant in Oaks before taking an Uber to his residence. During the ride, the two were arguing about a text message from the victim’s former boyfriend and continued the argument in the driveway of the defendant’s residence.

Authorities said detectives recovered a video of an injured and unresponsive Harooni on the defendant’s phone, which included audio of a male’s voice saying, “This is what a cheating liar gets.” 

The defendant was arrested and arraigned on Friday before Magisterial District Judge Albert J. Augustine. There is no bail available for First-Degree Murder, and Forman was remanded to the Montgomery County Correctional Facility.

A preliminary hearing was set for 10 a.m., on Feb. 12, 2020, before Judge Augustine.