Dwayne Gordon Bio/Wiki
According to the police, a man named Dwayne Gordon is wanted in connection with the ra*e of three 13-year-old girls in Queens during the previous seven months.
According to multiple sources, all of the victims were his teen daughter’s friends, and he also poisoned them with a “pill” that rendered them unconscious.
Between October 2020 and this month, Dwayne Gordon allegedly ra*ed the three victims at his home in the Springfield Gardens neighborhood of Queens.
One of the three juvenile girls informed authorities that he sexually molested her many times, according to the arrest report. He also persuaded her to sleep in his bed before ra**ing her mercilessly.
He is 41 years old.
Accused Of Ra*ing 3 Teenage Girls Full Details
During a sleepover, a father of two ra*ed his sister’s 16-year-old friend while his infant daughter slept in the same room.
Christopher Dionne, the host of ‘Family Flip,’ was arrested in March 2020 on allegations of endangering a minor and fourth-degree sexual assault. According to reports, the 37-year-old allegedly abused his 10-year-old daughter’s best friend.
During separate slumber parties at his residence, the girls were drugged and ra*ed, according to police. According to law enforcement officials, one of Gordon’s victims said that he gave her “white pills” that rendered her unconscious.
The possibility of further victims is causing concern among investigators. Gordon is described as a 5-foot-10-inch man who weighs around 180 pounds and has brown eyes and short black hair. Gordon also has a Jamaican accent, according to the police.
According to a lawyer for criminal defense, “Even if the intercourse is consensual, it is illegal for an adult to have sex with a minor in New York. Statutory ra*e has been committed by those who break the law.”
Contact If Anyone Knows Anything
Anyone with information on this event is urged to contact the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-8477 or 1-888-577-4782 in Spanish. Tips can also be reported online at NYPDCrimeStoppers.com or through the NYPDTips Twitter account.