Jamaican Reportedly Behind Killing of 13yo Sister, Step Mom and Girlfriend in US

Bucks County, Pennsylvania, was shattered by a series of tragic events that left three family members dead and a community in mourning. The suspect, 26-year-old Andre Gordon who is said to be a Jamaican, initiated a violent spree that began with a carjacking in Trenton, New Jersey, and culminated in the fatal shootings in Bucks County.

The victims included Gordon’s stepmother, 52-year-old Karen Gordon, and his 13-year-old sister, Kera Gordon, at their home in Levittown. The violence didn’t end there; Taylor Daniel, 25, the mother of Gordon’s two children, was also killed in a separate location.

Here’s What Happened

Crime Spree and Capture Timeline:

  • Before 9:00 a.m.: Falls Township Police were alerted to a shooting on Viewpoint Lane in Levittown, Pennsylvania.
  • Initial Attack: The suspect, Gordon, driving a stolen vehicle from Trenton, murdered his stepmother, Karen Gordon, 52, and sister, Kera Gordon, 13, in their residence. During this attack, three other family members, including a minor, evaded Gordon by concealing themselves within the home.
  • Subsequent Assault: Shortly after, Gordon proceeded to Edgewood Lane, intruding into another home and killing 25-year-old Taylor Daniel, with whom he shared two children. In this location, four individuals, including children and Daniel’s mother, were present; Daniel’s mother sustained injuries from an assault rifle and was hospitalized.
  • Carjacking Incident: At approximately 9:13 a.m., Gordon forcibly seized a vehicle from a 44-year-old individual in the parking area of a Dollar General store in Morrisville. The vehicle owner was unharmed.
  • Vehicle Abandonment: By 11:38 a.m., the hijacked Honda CRV was located deserted in Trenton.
  • Barricade Situation: Around 12:20 p.m., reports emerged of Gordon barricading himself within a Trenton residence. However, it was later clarified that Gordon had vacated the premises prior to the establishment of a police perimeter, which was set between 10:30 and 11:00 a.m.
  • Residential Evacuation: Occupants of the Trenton house were evacuated via an upper-floor window amid beliefs that Gordon was still inside. Subsequently, law enforcement officials apprehended Gordon near the scene, walking down a street.
  • Resolution: Authorities, having previously indicated that Gordon was armed with an assault rifle and potentially other weaponry, lifted the shelter-in-place order for Falls Township after confirming his presence in New Jersey.

The community in Trenton, already on edge from the barricade situation, breathed a sigh of relief as the suspect was taken into custody without further incident. Yet, the arrest marked only the beginning of a long journey for justice and healing for those affected by the day’s events.

Seeking Justice and Understanding

In the aftermath of the tragedy, the motive behind Gordon’s actions remained unclear, leaving law enforcement and the community searching for answers. The suspect’s prior minor legal troubles offered no hint of the capacity for such violence, underscoring the profound shock and bewilderment felt by those who knew him.

As Gordon faces charges in New Jersey and awaits extradition to Pennsylvania, the legal process will undoubtedly seek to unravel the details of that fateful day. Meanwhile, the communities in Bucks County and Trenton are left to mourn, heal, and reflect on the fragility of peace and safety in their lives.

According to SouFloTV on YouTube, It’s believed that Gorden, a Jamaican, initially lived in the US with his dad, stepmother and baby mother. Further reports suggest that he had issues with family members and was ‘homeless’ prior to the killing spree.


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