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Andre Gordon identified as suspect in Falls Township shootings

He was recently observed driving a 2016 dark grey Honda CRV with a Pennsylvania license plate bearing the registration KFR-1534.



Update: Andre Gordon Jr., the individual accused of killing his stepmother, teenage sister, and the mother of his two children in Falls Township, has been apprehended following an extended standoff in Trenton.

The Saturday morning shooting in Falls Township, eastern Pennsylvania, led to the cancellation of a St. Patrick’s Day parade and the closure of a children’s theme park. Bucks County authorities implemented a shelter-in-place order for the area, which was later lifted by early afternoon. Police stated that the suspect, 26-year-old Andre Gordon, who is homeless, was acquainted with the shooting victims.

The Trenton Police Department reported that the suspect is suspected to be holed up in a residence in Trenton.

Fortunately, all residents were safely evacuated without injuries. The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, along with the New Jersey State Police, the Mercer County Rapid Response Team, and the Mercer County Homicide Task Force, were providing assistance. The FBI was on standby.

The victims have been identified as his 52-year-old stepmother, Karen Gordon, and his 13-year-old sister, Kera Gordon. Bucks County District Attorney Jennifer Schorn stated that three other individuals, including a minor, were present in the home and managed to hide during the incident.

Around 9 a.m., he proceeded to a residence on Edgewood Lane, where officials report he entered forcibly and fatally shot 25-year-old Taylor Daniel, who was the mother of his two children.

According to authorities, four additional individuals were present in the house, and one person sustained injuries after being struck by Gordon with a rifle.

Original Report:

Law enforcement officials in Bucks County have named a suspect in a string of fatal shootings that led to a shelter-in-place directive on early Saturday morning.

They are actively seeking 26-year-old Andre Gordon, who was last observed driving a stolen vehicle.

Police initially received a call to respond to Viewpoint Lane in Falls Township just before 9 a.m. following a shooting report.

According to authorities, Gordon allegedly killed two individuals at a residence on that street and then fled the scene in a stolen vehicle.

Subsequently, at around 9 a.m., he arrived at Edgewood Lane where he reportedly shot and killed a third person before leaving.

Approximately fifteen minutes later, around 9:15 a.m., Gordon is said to have carjacked a vehicle from the parking lot of a Dollar General store on Bristol Pike in Morrisville.

Fortunately, the driver of that vehicle was unharmed. Police believe that Gordon had prior connections with all of the victims who were fatally shot. He is currently believed to be homeless and has links to Trenton, New Jersey.

He was recently observed driving a 2016 dark grey Honda CRV with a Pennsylvania license plate bearing the registration KFR-1534.

Law enforcement has distributed images of both the vehicle and Gordon, who is still on the loose. In response to the shelter-in-place directive, the Bucks County St. Patrick’s Day Parade was canceled, and numerous local establishments in the vicinity temporarily shut down.

Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick, hailing from Levittown, expressed his thoughts on the event via X, characterizing it as an “active shooter” situation.