Pontiac man charged in sex assault
Oakland County authorities charged a 21-year-old Pontiac man in connection with a recent sexual assault and are seeking tips on other possible cases.
"There was a similar type of incident documented with this same subject several weeks ago, and it is believed there may be other victims," the Oakland County Sheriff's Office said in a statement Thursday.
A woman told investigators early Monday that she and Dallas Ephraim Jordan-King had been communicating through Instagram for several months before agreeing to meet at his home on the 800 block of Kettering.
After watching a movie with her, Jordan-King starting to make sexual advances toward the woman. She told him to stop, but his advances became aggressive before he pulled out a handgun, pointed it at her head and demanded the woman strip, authorities wrote.
"The subject told the victim he would shoot her if she did not comply with his demands," the release said. "The subject then forcibly began to kiss the victim and at one point made her lay on top of him."
Several times during the incident, Jordan-King filmed and photographed the woman with his cell phone, county officials allege.
After the woman left and filed a complaint with the Sheriff's Office Pontiac substation, deputies arrested Jordan-King at his home and recovered a .380 Glock handgun.
He was arraigned Thursday at 50th District Court on four felony counts, including criminal sexual conduct and assault with a dangerous weapon.
Judge Michael Martinez set bond at $25,000. His next court date is 1:30 p.m. Aug. 23.
Anyone with information on other suspected cases involving Jordan-King is asked to call Crime Stoppers of Michigan at 1-800-SPEAK-UP.