A Towson University student was an accomplice in a weekend home invasion near campus, Baltimore County police said.
Etienne Lamont Ralay Seldon, 21, drove two of the suspects in the case from Washington, DC, to Towson, and rented a hotel room for them.
According to police, Demencio Wilson and David Thompson knocked on the door of a home in the 400 block of Campus View Drive, where four people were inside. When someone answered, the two suspects pulled a gun, went inside and tied the four people up. They demanded to know where the drugs and money were, but settled for stealing electronics.
One of the men who was tied up managed to escape and jump out a second story window and ran for help. Wilson and Thompson were immediately caught, as they were leaving the building when police arrived.
Seldon was charged with conspiracy to commit a home invasion, and was released on $250,000 bail.
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