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Three men were recently arrested on sex-offense charges in unrelated cases.

The Aegis is not identifying the victims’ relationships to the accused in order to protect the victims.

A Havre de Grace man was arrested and charged with sex abuse of a minor in connection with the alleged abuse of a 5-year-old girl.

In early May, the girl’s mother told police while her daughter was visiting the home of Roy Strong, 30, he allegedly made her touch him inappropriately, according to charging documents.

The girl was consistent in her account of the incident and told police, as she had told her mother, that Strong allegedly made her touch him inappropriately, according to charging documents.

Roy Henry Strong, 30, of the 400 block of Lewis Lane, was charged May 15 with sexual solicitation of a minor, third-degree sex offense and sex abuse of a minor.

Strong was released Friday on $100,000 bail.

In the second case, a Churchville man was arrested and charged Thursday in connection with the rape of a teenage girl.

Investigation led police to believe that a 15-year-old girl had allegedly been raped by James Henry Crowe, 35, according to charging documents.

The victim told police that Crowe had allegedly raped her on several occasions; the most recent incident was in November 2008, according to charging documents.

The alleged incidents took place in Bel Air, Churchville and Pennsylvania.

The victim told police the incidents happened when no one else was around and that Crowe allegedly threatened her and used fear and intimidation to control her, according to charging documents.

Crowe, of the 300 block of Timothy Drive, was charged Thursday with second-degree rape, third-degree sex offense, fourth-degree sex offense, sex abuse of a minor, second-degree assault, and one other sex offense charge. Crowe was being held without bail Tuesday at the Harford County Detention Center.

In a third case, a Havre de Grace man was arrested and charged Friday in connection with the sexual abuse of a young girl.

When the now 7-year-old girl was at her sister’s birthday party in June 2007, Jasen Christopher Day, 34, allegedly took her into the bathroom and forced her to touch him inappropriately, according to charging documents.

When the victim was spending the night at her aunt and uncle’s home, she grabbed her uncle’s crotch inappropriately, according to charging documents. When her aunt asked why she had done this, the victim explained what had happened at the birthday party in 2007, according to charging documents.

Day, of the 4200 block of Webster Road, was charged Friday with third-degree sex offense, sex abuse of a minor and second-degree assault. Day was being held without bond Tuesday at the Harford County Detention Center.

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