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DJ Droop is in the House!…Courthouse…Again

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Ronald Akiyas Gordon, 35 of Kenosha AKA DJ Droop In Court Yesterday, March 23, 2023
(Photo by Kevin Mathewson, Kenosha County Eye)

A Kenosha DJ with a long history of crime and missing court, is again no longer wanted after failing to show up for court on March 9, 2023. Previously, 35-year-old Ronald Akiyas Gordon was on the run from police for almost 4 years. He had two criminal warrants for his arrest from 2019.

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Gordon was at George’s Club Highview on Saturday March 11, 2023 at 2:00 am, two days after a warrant was issued for his arrest for failing to appear in court. He was involved in an incident with police and was charged with obstructing. Since he was wanted, KPD brought him in for his warrants and he posted bail. He is due in Kenosha Municipal Court on April 10, 2023 for the new charge.

Yesterday, Gordon was charged with one count of operating a motor vehicle while revoked and three counts of bail-jumping. Gordon now has four open criminal cases.

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Ronald Akiyas Gordon, 35 of Kenosha AKA DJ Droop In Court on January 18, 2023
(Photo by Kevin Mathewson, Kenosha County Eye)
Ronald Akiyas Gordon, 35 of Kenosha AKA DJ Droop In Court on February 7, 2023
(Photo by Kevin Mathewson, Kenosha County Eye)
Empty Defendant Chair Today, March 9, 2023
(Photo by Kevin Mathewson, Kenosha County Eye)

Gordon has an extensive criminal rap-sheet including 68 pages from the Wisconsin Department of Justice. Click here to view it. Among his charges are:

(3) Domestic Battery
Burglary any Building or Dwelling
(6) Disorderly Conduct
(4) Resist/Obstruct Officer
(7) Bail Jumping
Criminal Damage to Property
Criminal Trespass to Dwelling
Intentionally Contact Victim or Co-Actor
Habitual Criminality
Probation Violation
1 Year 7 month Prison Sentence
DUI
(3) Operating While Suspended/Revoked
Urinating in Public
Possession of THC
Possession of Intoxicants in Motor Vehicle

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While wanted, Gordon doesn’t seem to hide from police. According to his Facebook account, he’s been hanging out with Jesse Jackson, performing as a DJ (DJ Droop) at local taverns, and active at local rallies.

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  1. This is what happens when prosecutors knuckle under to outside pressure.
    The no snitching culture is also to blame.
    It’s people like this, that will game the system and push the limits as far as they can and laugh at the suckers like you and me, for abiding the law.

    1. Indeed, when you turn the law into a joke, people laugh at it. Need to lock this dude up and we need a new district attorney.

  2. Lock his ass up .. pretty simple .. DA sympathetic to Blacks ..When will he actually kill someone with no regard for laws ..

  3. Lock his ass up .. pretty simple .. DA sympathetic to Blacks ..When will he actually kill someone with no regard for laws ..the Liberalism in this country has created monsters like this .. how much does he receive in government aid ..how about mandatory drugs tests for Fat Albert ?

  4. “Empty Defendant Chair Today, March 9, 2023”

    OK…I’m sure there’s a reason for this, but on the surface it’s a pretty funny picture to post. Maybe it’s after he was remanded?

    The caption’s inaccurate too. It’s two chairs. Both empty.

  5. Justice for Jacob. What a fuckin’ joke. That scumbag and his liar supporters set off some of the worst bs in US history.

  6. I’m still at a loss. They’ve changed the syrup bottle, changed the rice box….. Yet still he is committing crimes.. It’s almost as if (almost) people may be accountable for their own actions….
    There was that whole slavery thing until 1863 – 6 years before the light bulb was invented… 60 years before 50 percent of homes in the US had electricity… I mean, how could that affect someone today on whether they commit crimes and flee from the police, or beat their baby mama??
    Beating women- still bad
    driving without a license- still illegal
    failure to appear in court- still illegal
    Dagummit; someone should do a study on this-

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