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Former Baltimore housing handymen charged with misconduct, sexual contact

Former Baltimore housing handymen charged with misconduct, sexual contact

Two former workers at public housing units have been charged with second-degree assault and fourth-degree sexual offense, prosecutors said, as the Housing Authority of Baltimore City continues to grapple with claims that some maintenance staff demanded sexual favors for repairs.

Charles T. Coleman, 48, and Doug Hussy, 61, also were charged last week with harassment and misconduct in office. Fourth-degree sexual offense is not considered violent, but includes sexual contact without consent.

A spokeswoman for the housing authority declined to comment, saying officials had not yet reviewed the charges.

Coleman did not respond to a message Wednesday night. But Hussy said...

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