Police Ask: Did Cop Impersonator Sexually Assault Women?
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ST. CHARLES, Mo. (KMOX)- Investigators are concerned that a man who’s been trying to impress women at St. Charles and Jefferson County bars by telling them he’s a police officer, may have used his fake badges to sexually assault them.
32-year-old self-employed handyman Michael Gordon has been charged with two counts of impersonating an officer.
St. Charles County Sheriff’s Department Lt. David Tiefenbraunn says Gordon claims that over the past several years he’s taken several women to hotels for consensual sex, “He also stated to us that during these encounters he would use some of his law enforcement equipment during these sexual encounters, such as handcuffs and stuff like that. So it leads us to believe that maybe some of these acts were not consensual.”
Tiefenbraunn is asking any women who have had intimate relations with Gordon, to call investigators, “We have no count on the women that were involved and we also don’t know for sure if there s been any kind of assault or if any of these acts occurred, or if they did occur if they were consensual or non consensual.”
Tiefenbraunn says that during a search of Gordon’s residence officers located items of a law enforcement nature including handcuffs, full duty belt, gear bag, safety vests, statute book, Glock 40 caliber pistol, and numerous badges.
Gordon’s being held on $15,000 bond.
If you have any information for investigators, call 636-949-3020.
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