BALTIMORE -- Two current and two former Morgan State University students are among those charged with sexually assaulting a woman in northeast Baltimore.
Police arrested Renard James, Dante Green, Dale Lawton and Howard Cook Smith.
Court records say that the men assaulted the woman at the Mount Pleasant Heights apartment complex on June 30.
The victim told police that the men sexually assaulted her and bit her.
Investigators said the woman knew at least one of the men and that there was no break-in prior to the attack.
Police said they believe alcohol was involved.
"At this time, we are unaware of any additional victims. Though we would ask the public that if they are familiar with these individuals, and have been victimized, to contact us and we'll follow those leads as appropriate," Detective Kevin Brown said.
All four suspects are being held without bail. A preliminary hearing is set for Aug. 10.
Meanwhile, a Morgan State official said two of the suspects are current band members and the other two men use to be part of the band.
School spokesman Clinton Coleman released a statement Monday concerning the allegations.
"We are all diminished whenever charges such as these are leveled against any of our students, but it is especially troubling when these allegations describe behavior that falls so significantly short of our expectations," he said.
Coleman said the university doesn't tolerate such behavior and that, if the charges are true, "our voices will be among the loudest to call for swift and certain justice."