Busy man arrested 4 times on exposure charges
A Linda man has been arrested on suspicion of exposing himself to women in public at least four times since January in Yuba and Sutter counties, law enforcement records show.
Allen Edward Gordon, 25, who faces criminal jury trials in both counties, pleaded not guilty Monday in Yuba County Superior Court.
"Each time, he has been in his vehicle when he contacted female victims," Yuba County sheriff's Lt. Damon Gil said.
Officials fear other incidents may have gone unreported.
"If there are other victims, we'd like to hear about it," Marysville police Sgt. Chris Sachs said.
Gordon, 25, was arrested over the weekend in Marysville after reportedly exposing himself twice to women 30 minutes apart, according to probable cause statements filed in Yuba County Superior Court.
Gordon was identified by victims who claimed he exposed himself while seated in a blue Ford Taurus, first in the 400 block of G Street and a short time later to another woman in the 700 block of Fifth Street, police said.
The arresting officer "noted" Gordon's belt was undone when spotted by police, court records state.
Yuba County sheriff's deputies were already investigating Gordon for an incident reported Friday when he was picked up Saturday in Marysville. Deputies plan to file their case some time this week, Gil said.
Sheriff's deputies said Gordon was driving a green and gold Ford Contour on Friday when he pulled up next to a group of at least three women and asked if they "wanted to see something," authorities said.
Gordon was first arrested on suspicion of indecent exposure in Yuba County in January and faces his first jury trial next month.
He was also arrested Feb. 9 in the area of Butte House Road and Dustin Drive in Yuba City.
Gordon was still in custody Tuesday afternoon in Yuba County with bail set at $45,000. He was charged with multiple counts of indecent exposure and more charges are expected.
Gordon is set to appear July 6 for a conference in Yuba County and his jury trial is scheduled for July 24.
His Sutter County jury trial case is scheduled for Sept. 11.