Two Detroit men have been charged in a string of kidnappings, rapes and robberies in three different cities over the course of several months.
According to Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy, 22-year-old Aaron Stewart and 19-year-old Quentin Flemons are facing multiple charges of criminal sexual conduct, kidnapping and other crimes.
On Sept. 30 around 6 p.m., Stewart and Flemons allegedly kidnapped a 24-year-old Detroit woman riding her bike on East Milwaukee near Orleans St. in Detroit. They're accused of forcing her into a vehicle, robbing, and sexually assaulting her before letting her go.
Also, on Oct. 8 around 6 a.m., Stewart and Flemons are accused of kidnapping a 27-year-old Hamtramck woman riding her bicycle in the city, forcing her into a vehicle. They then reportedly took her to an abandoned property to assault her and rob her before she was able to escape.
Worthy also said Stewart pulled a 31-year-old Highland Park woman off her bicycle on July 18, 2016, and forced her into an alley, sexually assaulting her and robbing her.
Both are charged with three counts of first degree criminal sexual conduct, kidnapping, unarmed robbery and stealing from a financial transaction device without consent.
Both have already been arraigned on the charges in Detroit.