STAMFORD, Conn. – A Stamford man was charged with second-degree sexual assault after the victim turned over video evidence to authorities of the incident, police said.
Emil Mrkulic, 25, who was already in state custody on an unrelated charge, was arrested Wednesday, Nov. 25, at a state correctional facility and processed at the Stamford courthouse, police said.
A 20-year-old man went to police headquarters on Oct. 7 to report that Mrkulic had performed sexual acts on him while he was incapacitated and could not consent, police said.
The man told police that Mrkulic had taped the incident and sent it to a mutual friend, police said.
That mutual friend then told the victim what had occurred, police said. The victim turned over video evidence to police and also gave a sworn statement, police said.
Mrkulic was held on an additional $75,000 bond.
The other charges that Mrkulic was originally held for could not be confirmed by Stamford police Wednesday.
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