A police report obtained by HollywoodLife.com reveals that officers from the Roswell Police Department pulled over a car Gordon was in on Feb. 2, two days after Brown was rushed to the hospital after being found unresponsive in the bathtub.
“On 2-02-2015 Officers Carter and Giles performed a traffic stop on a 2007 gray Toyota Camry (GA Tag# PVY7530) in the area of Atlanta St and Azela St for a lane violation,” the report read. “K9 responded to the residue was located in the center console. No charges were filed.”
Although the report doesn’t state who is responsible for the residue, it did name “Nicholas David Gordon” as one of the people in the vehicle. Gordon’s latest encounter with the law comes as Brown remains in a medically induced coma, one week after arriving in the hospital.
Media sources report that police believe Gordon may have had a hand in Brown’s drowning. According to TMZ, Max Lomas, a friend of Brown’s, reportedly accused Gordon of trying to cover up Brown’s drowning by allegedly removing bloodstains and cleaning up before police arrived on the scene.
In addition suspicious injuries were reportedly found on Brown’s face when paramedics arrived at her home on Jan. 31.
To see the accident report on Gordon, click here.