Police seek man in rape of homeless woman

Steve Garrison

FARMINGTON — A 24-year-old man is wanted by police on allegations he raped a homeless woman.

Jordan M. Dean was charged Thursday in Farmington Magistrate Court with criminal sexual penetration in the third degree. His bond is set at $20,000.

A Farmington police detective met Jan. 26 with a woman who reported she was raped in August 2015 by Dean, according to the arrest warrant affidavit.

The woman told police that Dean, who she met through Alcoholics Anonymous, contacted her by phone in August and asked if she wanted to meet.

He picked her up at the Walmart on West Main Street, and she told him she had not showered for two weeks, so he drove her to a local motel, according to the affidavit.

The woman said Dean asked to join her in the shower, and she refused, the affidavit states.

She said she showered, and when she finished, Dean attempted to touch her thigh, the affidavit states.

She said she moved away from him, and Dean then forced himself on top of her, according to the affidavit.

The woman told police Dean pinned her legs to her chest and pulled down her pants, the affidavit states.

He then raped her, according to the affidavit.

Police interviewed Dean in April and he said the sex was consensual, the affidavit states.

Dean told the detective he had a problem with sex addiction, according to the affidavit. He also said it was "very immoral" to have sex with a woman who was new to the Alcoholics Anonymous program, according to the affidavit.

Dean further claimed the woman was a schizophrenic, the affidavit states.

Police obtained text messages sent by Dean to the woman, according to the affidavit.

In one exchange, the woman told Jordan, "Leave me alone. After what you did to me when I didn't want to. I don't like you."

Dean told the woman in a text message she liked it.

The woman responded with a curse word.

"I told you I didn't want to be touched," according to the affidavit. "I even pulled my pants up!"

Steve Garrison covers crime and courts for The Daily Times. He can be reached at 505-564-4644.