Update 1/31/17: The case against Luke Wadahara has been dismissed. View the full update here.

A former Uber driver indicted for allegedly raping a teenage girl pleaded not guilty.

Luke Wadahara, 24, was arraigned via teleconference from Oahu Community Correctional Center on two counts of first-degree sex assault and one count of attempted sex assault for an incident that occurred on Saturday, April 16.

According to court documents, the 16-year-old victim and her friends called for an Uber from the Ala Moana area and Wadahara responded, driving a black Dodge Charger with the license plate “SEXI.”

Police said he dropped the victim’s friends off first in Mililani, then drove back to Makiki with the teen. Police said he asked her if she was single, to which she replied she was, but not interested.

Police said Wadahara then took a detour, pulled over in an unknown area, and proceeded to sexually assault her. She eventually pushed him off, ran home and told her mother what happened, police said.

He remains in custody with bail confirmed at $150,000. His trial is scheduled to begin at the end of June.