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Arlin Jordin sent to prison after violating terms of release

SPOKANE, Wash. - The Spokane businessman who last year was convicted of drugging and raping a woman in November of 2004, was sent from the Shelton Correctional Facility to the Washington State Penitentiary Thursday.

Jordin was back in court recently for allegedly violating the terms of his release.

60-year-old Jordin attended a 9:00 a.m. hearing Wednesday morning in Superior Court Judge Neal Q. Rielly's courtroom, where Deputy Prosecuting Attorney John E. Love asked that Jordin be taken into custody.

A continuance requested by the defense based on time contstraints was granted by the judge. A second hearing was held Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. The judge also granted a request by the defense that Jordin be placed under house arrest at his parents home until the hearing.

When Spokane landlord Arlin Jordin was convicted last year of one count of second-degree rape and indecent liberties - after accusations from dozens of women that he'd drugged and raped them - his attorneys convinced a judge to let him stay free on a $100,000 bond pending an appeal.

But Jordin violated the terms of his release on Sept. 20 by inviting an apartment-hunting young woman to his place and offering her a cup of Jack Daniel's whiskey, according to documents filed Monday in Spokane County Superior Court. The woman became woozy and tried to flee, but Jordin kissed her before unbolting the door, according to police reports.

One of the terms of Jordin's release prohibited him from possessing alcohol.

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