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Towson resident faces additional sexual offense, burglary charges

29 November 2012 By Jeremy Bauer-Wolf, Editor-in-Chief No Comments

A man linked to a May sexual assault has been charged with additional crimes after an investigation of his home, Baltimore County Police said Thursday.

Police now believe that Ricky Marion Bostic, 44, was also the perpetrator in a June sexual assault incident. A woman reported that a man allegedly broke into her apartment in the 8000 block of York Road while she slept. She awoke to the man in her bed and said she believed he sexually assaulted her, though she did not report this until contacted by detectives. The suspect then ran from the apartment, which is not located on campus. The victim and her roommate later discovered a laptop computer and Xbox game system were missing. Both items were recovered from Bostic’s home, linking him to the crimes.

Police also unearthed a second laptop, money and a Nintendo Wii gaming system with accessories in Bostic’s home. Police say the items were stolen from a home in the unit block of East Burke Avenue in late May or early June.

Bostic has been charged with three counts of first-degree burglary and one first degree sexual offense.

Bostic, of the 200 block of Towsontown Court, was arrested July 19 after a woman reported him allegedly breaking in through the sliding glass door of her Versailles Circle apartment. Bostic has been charged with a first-degree sexual offense and multiple counts of first and third-degree burglary in connection to this and other incidents.

Bostic is being held at the Baltimore County Detention Center without bail.


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