A 23-year-old Anadarko man was arrested Tuesday morning for a violent incident after his mother was allegedly tossed to the ground and two men received stab wounds.
Information was filed Wednesday in the Caddo County District Court that charged Christopher Don Gordon, a.k.a. Christopher Don Ako, with two felony counts of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon as well as a misdemeanor count of domestic abuse of his mother, according to the charges. Each felony count is punishable by up to 10 years imprisonment.
Gordon was arrested shortly after 3:30 a.m. after Anadarko Police responded to a stabbing call at 712 W. Alabama, according to the affidavit. Anadarko Police Officer Dustan Chandler said he arrived to find Victor Ahtone walking towards him with cuts to his back and stomach the stomach wound was severe enough that part of his intestines were protruding. Erin Doyeto and Jalayne Palmer were assisting Ahtone to the front yard where he laid down and told Chandler that he'd been stabbed. Doyeto said that "Chris Ako" was the stabber and he was inside the house, Chandler said. Doyeto went back inside the house, Chandler said.
The officer said he found Gordon lying on the living room floor with Doyeto standing over him Gordon was bleeding and had injuries to his face. Doyeto said that Gordon is the one who stabbed Ahtone, Chandler said, and Gordon walked into a bedroom and shut the door.
Doyeto said that Ahtone was stabbed as he attempted to stop Gordon from throwing his mother, Jayne Ako, on the ground, Chandler said. Ahtone and Gordon began to fight and Gordon grabbed a steak knife and started stabbing, Ahtone, Doyeto said. When Gordon attempted to stab him, Doyeto said he grabbed the knife and it cut his hand. This is when Palmer called the police. Palmer said that she saw the men fighting and saw Ahtone bleeding "all over the place," according to the affidavit.