Escambia Man Gets 50 Years For Burglary, Carjacking Kidnapping And Sexual Battery

June 8, 2019

Avery Lamont Goss was sentenced to a mandatory 50 years in state prison as a dangerous sexual felony offender by Circuit Judge Scott Duncan.

Last November, Goss was convicted by an Escambia County jury of sexual battery with a weapon; burglary of a dwelling while armed with a dangerous weapon, two counts of robbery with a firearm; carjacking with a firearm; armed kidnapping; false imprisonment with a weapon and battery.

On October 20, 2017, Goss and his co-defendant Ontorius Larrell Turner kidnapped a Pensacola woman from her home after carjacking her fiancé at gun point and forcing him to take them to their residence.  The defendants demanded money and forced the victim to drive them around Pensacola for almost two hours before she was rescued. Goss was identified, in part, through the use of FaceBook photographs and his DNA was obtained from a beer can brought to the vehicle by the assailants.

Co-defendant Ontorius Larrell Turner was tried and convicted by the same jury of burglary of a dwelling while armed with a dangerous weapon, two counts of robbery with a firearm; carjacking with a firearm; armed kidnapping; and false imprisonment with a weapon. On January 3, Turner was sentenced to 30 years in state prison as a habitual felony offender.

Comments

3 Responses to “Escambia Man Gets 50 Years For Burglary, Carjacking Kidnapping And Sexual Battery”

  1. MMC on June 10th, 2019 8:06 am

    Both of these thugs are old enough (28 & 29) to know that the crimes committed here are wrong. AND, they have continued to repeat these acts of violence. So the first few times they were jailed didn’t sink into their heads. Long prison time boys !

    You can’t feel sorry for them not one tiny bit. If anyone needs feeling sorry for, it’s the Pensacola woman and her fiance’. Think about the traumatic experience they must live through.

    By the way, Thanks for leaving that beer can in the car.

  2. Don't understand on June 9th, 2019 12:28 pm

    There has to be A LOT more to this story… I truly don’t understand why these people don’t THINK BEFORE they do stupid things… Something HAS TO BE MISSING in their thought process! Even if you are intoxicated, you still don’t do this kind of stuff. I pray for his family, as I KNOW they are hurting! I pray for the victims as well, as I cannot imagine the TRAUMA they will endure the rest of their lives. NO ONE WINS!

  3. rance on June 8th, 2019 1:45 am

    No more freedom for you…enjoy





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