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Friday, August 12, 2016

Police link man who killed Berrien County bailiffs to 2nd teen sex victim

EDITORS NOTE: Below is a story about the real America. Forget that farmer with his wife and a pitchfork because it's the big lie. If your looking for a place to vacation, do not come to America. 1 in 5 women raped by age 18 that's the real America. 1 in 3 citizens are arrested by age 23, that's the real America. America sucks and everybody knows it. Related: 35 Reasons why I Hate America

By Robert Allen, Detroit Free Press
 
Larry Darnell Gordon

The same week a man facing rape and kidnapping charges fatally shot two bailiffs and wounded a deputy at Berrien County Courthouse, investigators had located a second teenager he was suspected of sexually assaulting, according to newly released police reports.

Larry Gordon, 44, of Coloma was fatally shot by other officers July 11 during his attempted escape from custody at the courthouse. He'd been facing up to life in prison on charges of violently holding a 17-year-old girl captive for two weeks in a shed. Authorities said he was giving her meth and raped her multiple times before he was arrested in April.

On July 12, investigators had planned to conduct an in-person interview with another girl who said that Gordon had sex with her in 2014 or 2015 when she was 15. A tip had led police to seek out the teen, and an officer appears to have reached her by phone the day before the shooting.

The in-person interview was canceled after Gordon's death, but a Child Protective Services referral was made for the girl, according to police reports released this week in response to a Freedom of Information request from the Free Press.

"It was an outstanding effort by our officers and the officers that assisted us on this case," Coloma Township Police Chief Jason Roe said Wednesday.

The newly released reports include disturbing details in police interviews of Gordon allegedly plying the 17-year-old girl with alcohol, pills and meth, secretly taking video while he had sex with her and locking the girl inside the shed for entire days.

They also include previous police contacts with Gordon, revealing that he detailed, waxed and washed Coloma police patrol cars before a 2013 arrest.

On the day of the shooting, Gordon was in court for a previous misdemeanor charge to be dismissed when he wrestled the deputy's gun away and began firing, killing two bailiffs who rushed to help the deputy. Gordon was holding a hostage when other officers shot and killed him, authorities said. 


Police arrived at Gordon's home April 20 to serve a warrant on the domestic violence case, when they heard someone crying in a shed behind the house. 

When the officers shined a flashlight inside the shed, Gordon closed the door. 

They could hear him talking with the victim. She later said that he'd been telling her to get his money and find his machete, according to the police reports.

Gordon fled through a dog door, then climbed the fence of a dog pen and escaped on foot. About 40 minutes later, a police dog located him hiding under an enclosed porch of a nearby house. Officers pulled him out by his arms; he resisted, but after they threatened to use a Taser, he complied, according to the report.

Inside the shed, police found the 17-year-old girl, along with 8 grams of crystal meth, 30 grams of marijuana wax/resin, a digital scale, marijuana pipes, meth straws and meth pipes.

The girl eventually would admit to having sex with Gordon on multiple occasions, but always when plied with alcohol, meth, Xanax, Norco (painkiller) and other pills. She said she wouldn't have had sex with Gordon if she were in her "right mind," according to the reports.

She told police that in one instance, he sexually assaulted her with his fingers while holding a staple gun to her head and then a knife to her throat while at a park in Hagar Township. He'd been accusing her of stealing and hiding his drugs, she told police.

The girl said Gordon had been locking her in the shed during the day to keep her from leaving. She had been living in the shed for two months because his wife told him the teen could no longer stay at the house after the April domestic violence incident. Some days, he would put a lock on the outside of the shed to keep her from leaving, and she would have to urinate in a cup.

The teen told police she had been in a relationship with Gordon since about October 2015. His behavior had changed in recent months, and she thought it was because he was using drugs.

She said that in March, Gordon had forced her to go to work with him in St. Joseph, where he was doing construction. He made her stay in the car all day while he worked, she told police.

Then he drove her to Hagar Park in Hagar Township. He parked the car and began accusing her of taking his drugs. He pulled down her pants and put on a "doctor's glove," held a staple gun to her head and threatened to use it on her if she didn't admit she took his drugs. He sexually assaulted her and said he was searching for the drugs, also holding a knife to her neck.

She said he had done this five or six times, always accusing her of taking his drugs. She said it happened at the park, at the shed in Coloma and at Gordon's friend's house in Benton Township.

Another car drove into the park, and they drove to a boat launch in Coloma Township on Paw Paw Lake. There, she fled to her grandmother's house.

She told police that during previous times when she was with Gordon and they were looking for him, he would have his machete and threaten her that if the cops found them he would kill her, then himself.

The victim said that Gordon had made her send an e-mail to police regarding the domestic violence incident to say that she didn't want it pursued.

She also said that Gordon had choked her while at his friend's house in Benton Township. She said he would "strangle" her, then let go repeatedly, leaving marks on her neck. Police observed what appeared to be a broken blood vessel on her right eye, and she said that was from the incident where she was "strangled," according to police reports.

A week later, police followed up on a tip and found $4,500 that Gordon had hidden under a stone in the yard where he was arrested.

Investigators found at least four videos of child pornography on Gordon's cell phone, including sex acts and drug use with the 17-year-old. A number of pornographic photographs also were discovered.

She said she never gave Gordon permission to record any videos, and she was unaware that he had done so, police report. The girl had a boyfriend, and she said Gordon would come to the hotel where they stayed to try to get her to do things with him or get the boyfriend to fight him.

The boyfriend told investigators that he believed she had been "roofied" by Gordon. He said Gordon had offered to "buy" her for a two-week trial period, according to reports.

Police also interviewed a jail inmate who said Gordon told him about moving the teen into the shed, and also about them doing meth and having sex. He said Gordon told him about locking her in the shed and that his wife would bring them food when he was with her in the shed. He said it "sounded like Gordon was keeping a 'pet,' " according to the report.

The inmate said he didn't know Gordon before meeting him in jail.

The reports include an extensive interview with Gordon's wife, Jessica Gordon. 

He had told her the teen was living with them because he was helping her. Early on, Jessica Gordon thought the girl was 19 and told police that she had been helping the girl and brought her things and a gift bag, according to the reports.

She soon learned that the girl was 17. Then she noticed Gordon and the girl spending time together. She confronted Gordon over it, and at one point he threatened to smash her car window with a fire extinguisher as she backed out of the driveway to go to stay with family in Battle Creek, police report.

She told police that Gordon had physically assaulted her and threatened her with a machete.

During the investigation, police found allegations that Gordon may have had sex with a 15-year-old a year earlier in the Sister Lakes area. Police found her, and an interview was scheduled but canceled after the deadly courthouse melee.

A "visibly shaken and extremely upset" 65-year-old neighbor told police on the afternoon of May 18, 2013, that Gordon had slapped him in the face, knocking his glasses off because he mowed his lawn near Gordon's house while Gordon's daughter was outside. Gordon told police he didn't like the neighbor mowing while his daughter was playing outside, for fear that she would be hit by debris, according to the police report.

The neighbor said he was still on his riding lawnmower when Gordon had approached him, the confrontation became heated, and Gordon slapped him.

"(The neighbor) advised that he got off his mower and started walking toward his residence and Gordon came up behind him and pushed him," according to the police report.

Both Gordon and his wife told police he didn't shove or slap the man, according to police. The neighbor told police he didn't want to press charges and just wanted to be left alone while mowing his grass. And police told Gordon that he couldn't stop the neighbor from mowing his own property, and that he should bring his daughter inside if he's concerned for her safety. 


Officers had received a call and arrived at a fireworks stand as the Chevrolet Tahoe was leaving the scene. They pulled over the SUV and could see the boxes of fireworks through the window. They found a 24-ounce can of beer on the driver's side floorboard, still cold, $2,174.50 worth of fireworks and arrested Gordon. He confessed to breaking into the stand using bolt cutters, saying "it was easy" and that "he didn't know why he did it and knew it was big mistake," according to the report.

He admitted to drinking, and his blood-alcohol level was found to be 0.11, over the legal limit of 0.08. A large, folding knife was found in his waistband, according to police.

Gordon was arrested on suspicion of breaking and entering, drunken driving (second with a prior conviction in December 1997) and possessing an open container of intoxicants.

Police, earlier that month — and in 2012 — had hired Gordon to detail, wax and wash patrol cars. At 2:15 a.m., while he was in the back of a car for the fireworks incident, he called Coloma Police Chief Randel Pompey's cell phone. 

Pompey reports that he was awakened by a call in a weakened voice saying "Help me, Chief, can you help me?" then hanging up.

Thinking Gordon could be in trouble, the officer called Gordon back. Then Gordon confessed: "I have done something stupid. I have broken into a place and now I'm under arrest."

Pompey hung up, then contacted officers at the scene and told them to take Gordon's cell phone away from him. The next day, Gordon called Pompey again, asking that he "help him out" on the charges, according to the reports. Gordon was told their contract was terminated and not to contact Coloma police again except for official matters through the department's main number.

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