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Two arrested for violent Mt. Airy home invasion

18-year-old Shadarius Spicer and 34-year-old Jermaine Dorsey. (Source: Cincinnati Police) 18-year-old Shadarius Spicer and 34-year-old Jermaine Dorsey. (Source: Cincinnati Police)
Spicer lives in the left building, the suspects allegedly broke into the building on the right. Spicer lives in the left building, the suspects allegedly broke into the building on the right.
MOUNT AIRY, OH (FOX19) -

Two men were arrested on Friday for what police call a ‘violent' home invasion in Mount Airy.

Shadarius Spicer, 18, lives in an apartment building on Flanigan Court. Police said he provided Jermaine Dorsey, 34, with the security passcode to enter a neighboring house. Spicer gave the Dorsey the passcode to enter the home with the knowledge he was going to rob it, according to official documents.

Dorsey allegedly entered the home on May 21 with two armed accomplices by kicking down the door. They stole cash and pistol whipped the home owner before fleeing the area, according to police.

Dorsey is charged with Aggravated Burglary and Felonious Assault. Police say they anticipate making more arrests in the case.   

Spicer received $300 for providing the code, police said. He is charged with Complicity to Aggravated Burglary, a first-degree felony.

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