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Towson University student arrested in Sunday home invasion

A Towson University student has been charged in connection with a home invasion that happened Sunday at an apartment near campus, Baltimore County police said Wednesday.

Etienne Lamont Ralay Seldon, 21, of the unit block of Acorn Circle, is charged with conspiracy to commit a home invasion, conspiracy to commit armed robbery and other charges. Police say he was an acquaintance of the victims.

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Seldon allegedly drove two other men – Demencio Trevon Wilson, 20, and David Thompson, 24 – from Washington, D.C. to Towson and rented a hotel room for them at the Days Inn on Loch Raven Boulevard. Wilson and Thompson were charged earlier this week in connection with the home invasion.

During the incident, police said this week, Wilson and Thompson allegedly tied up four victims – three men and one woman -- and stole electronics and other items. One man jumped out of a second-floor window and ran for help.

Seldon was released on $250,000 bail, police said. No attorney is listed for him in online court records.

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