ALLEGED SCUMBAG: Boca Man Charged With Nearly 40 Counts Of Child Sex Abuse

Nakia Gordon, courtesy Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office.

Nakia Gordon, courtesy Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office.

Updated at 8:56p with police statement.

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — A West Boca Raton man is in the Palm Beach County Jail charged with nearly 40 counts of “sex assault by a custodian/sexual battery on a victim over 12 years of age but under 18 years of age.”

The Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office cuffed and stuffed Nakia Renaldo Titio Gordon very early this morning. He was booked into jail around 2:45a. Bond has not been authorized for his case.

In a statement provided to BocaNewsNow.com Wednesday evening, PBSO Spokesperson Teri Barbera detailed the investigation:

On 1/21/2014 our detective was assigned this case to investigate allegations of sexual abuse. Thirteen year old female reported Nikia Gordon, sexually abused her from the age of twelve while living at Boca Raton.

Arrest Update: Probable cause was developed and the suspect was immediately located and apprehended by deputies. Post Miranda Warnings Nikia Gordon confessed to sexually battering the thirteen year old girl on thirty-six different occasions over the last year and a half. He was subsequently arrested.

Gordon, 33, of 11526 Sundance Lane, has no criminal history in Palm Beach County. We are awaiting an update from the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office.

 

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