Davenport Man Accused of False Imprisonment
Hayley Bruce, Reporter
IOWA CITY, Iowa - A Davenport man is accused of extortion and false imprisonment after police say he took a video of a woman taking her clothes off and threatened to post it online unless she performed oral sex on him and another subject in a Currier dorm room in April.
Complaints from University of Iowa police said Jordan Garr, 21, told the woman he would delete the video if she did what he asked. The complaint said she complied.
On May 10, reports said Garr held the woman's arm behind her back against her will, and told another person to take off her pants while a third person held her legs. The complaint said she then screamed "No, stop," before Garr and the others involved touched her breasts.
Garr also took a photo of the woman's breast on May 11, promising to delete it if she bought him new shoes, according to reports.
Extortion is a Class D felony, punishable by up to five years in jail and a maximum fine of $7,500. False imprisonment is a serious misdemeanor, punishable by up to one year in jail, and a maximum fine of $1,875.
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