A Dundalk man has been charged with 14 counts, including rape and impersonating a police officer, after threatening to arrest a woman if she did not perform sexual favors for him.
Neil George Hamrick, Jr., 51, was indicted on Dec. 23 for an event that occurred in Dundalk on Nov. 26. According to Hamrick’s charging document, the victim told police she tried to solicit prostitution in Baltimore City at Graceland and Bethlehem Avenues when she saw a man standing outside of a dark SUV. The woman said she wanted pizza from a nearby 7-Eleven, and Hamrick offered to give her a ride, the document said.
According to the document, the victim told police that when she entered the vehicle, Hamrick revealed a police badge and a piece of paper that said “police.” Hamrick drove the woman around Dundalk, and she told police she “feared for her life” when he threatened to arrest her if she didn’t obey his commands.
According to the document, Hamrick asked the victim for oral sex and pulled into a gravel lot near Stansbury Park. He then pulled out handcuffs and told the victim he would arrest her if she tried to run away. According to the document, after the committed rape, both parties used tissues to clean themselves, which were thrown out of the window. Police retrieved these tissues while retracing where the woman was taken. Surveillance footage was retrieved that was used to corroborate the victim’s story.
Police found a loaded 9-millimeter weapon, knives, brass knuckles, duct tape, two police patches and condoms in Hamrick’s vehicle. He has been charged with first degree rape, second degree rape, third degree sexual offense, fourth degree sexual offense, impersonating a police officer, false imprisonment, second degree assault, soliciting prostitution, possessing a loaded handgun inside a vehicle, illegal possession of a registered firearm and illegal possession of ammunition.