(TOWSON, Md.) LATEST: The 29-year-old Baltimore man arrested earlier this week for allegedly raping two women whom he offered rides posted bail and was released from jail without restrictions, WJZ has learned #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Aug.01: Brandon Saunders was arrested Wednesday at his home in connection with two alleged rapes, one in Baltimore City and the other in Baltimore County: Both cases involve Saunders offering women a ride home before raping them:

// CBS Baltimore – Brandon Saunders. Credit: Baltimore County Police

Police said the case in the county involved a woman who was brutally attacked, threatened and sexually assaulted in the parking lot of Loch Raven High School in July 2019: The victim was able to escape, and police used video surveillance and GPS tracking linked to a cell phone that pointed at Saunders as the suspect.

The rape cases aren’t Saunders’ first run-in with the law; Baltimore County State’s Attorney Scott Shellenberger said Saunders was arrested in 2010 for getting into an altercation with a cadet in Pennsylvania: Shellenberger blasted the judge who changed Saunders’ no-bail status to allow him to be released on $200,000 bond in the county case and $20,000 in the city case, adding the judge didn’t impose any restrictions like home detention, monitoring or check-ins with a probation officer.

UPDATE: #BaltimoreCounty States Attorney says Saunders has posted bail. @wjz https://t.co/DxJn2Zb0iT

— Kelsey Kushner (@KelseyKushnerTV) July 31, 2020

“Here’s an individual who has two first-degree rapes, has a prior conviction in Pennsylvania for assault, knocking a students teeth out… and for a mere posting of about $25,000 through a bondsman, his family can get him out of jail and he’ll be walking the streets again,” Shellenberger said:

Credit: Baltimore County Police

Police believe there may be other victims out there, leading them to release photos of Saunders and the vehicles he may have been driving: Shellenberger said Saunders being free may prevent other victims from coming forward:

WJZ reached out to Saunders’ attorney for comment; so far they haven’t responded: The Maryland judiciary said judges don’t comment on their cases.

#AceNewsDesk report ………….Published: Aug.01: 2020:

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