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DUNDALK, Md.– Baltimore County Police have charged two suspects, including a York man, in connection with sexual assault on two men.

Shakir Agyei Mitchell, 23, of South Penn St. in York and James Johnson, 27, of Baltimore are the suspects that police have determined are responsible for the assaults.

The investigation revealed that on the morning of March 6, an adult male victim left his workplace at a hair salon and attempted to get a ride home. He offered two men in a dark colored SUV $10 to drive him to his Dundalk home. After they arrived at their destination, the driver pointed a handgun at the victim and threatened to kill him unless he cooperated.

After the three men entered the home, the driver of the SUV restrained the victim, assaulted and sexually assaulted him while the passenger in the SUV took a television, clothing, and money from the home.

On March 7 at 4:30 a.m., officers responded to a call a home in Woodlawn for an assault call. When officers arrived at the scene, the found the adult male victim restrained at both his hands and feet.

The victim said that had met a man on the Internet and they agreed to meet at the victim’s home. When the man arrived, he brought a second man with him, and they threatened him with handguns. The victim attempted to fight the men off, but they were able to restrain him and sexually assaulted him. The men took a game system and money as well.

Both Mitchell and Johnson are facing first-degree assault, first-degree sex offense, and other related charges. Both men are being held without bail at the Baltimore County Detention Center.

These incidents are still under investigation, and detectives are trying to determine if Mitchell and Johnson are responsible for any similar crimes.

Anyone with information on these incidents, other similar incidents, or either suspect are asked to call police at 410-307-2020.

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