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The Bobster
12-02-2015, 02:09 PM

Police Release Video Of Officer Shot At During Vehicle Stop
December 2, 2015 12:38 PM


YORK COUNTY, Pa. (CBS) – The Northern York County Regional Police Department says they are seeking the public’s help in locating a suspect who shot at a police officer.

Authorities released dash cam video of what they say is the suspect shooting at Officer Lynn Anderson.

Police say they are searching for Trev Bowies Jackson and have an active warrant for his arrest.

Jackson is considered to be armed and extremely dangerous, police say. He may also have a bandage on his left hand.

Authorities say the officer is doing well and has returned to duty.

Pennsylvania Crime Stoppers has posted up to a $5,000 reward for information leading to the capture of Jackson.

12-03-2015, 05:43 AM

Lynn Anderson (Photo: Courtesy of nycrpd.org)

The Bobster
04-30-2016, 07:43 AM

Suspect in Dramatic Cop Shooting Caught on Video Captured
By Brian X. McCrone
Published at 10:42 PM EDT on Apr 29, 2016


Five months after he allegedly fired at a police officer in a small central Pennsylvania town, the suspect in a traffic stop gone terribly wrong is in custody, according to police.

Trev Bowies Jackson, 24, was arrested Friday in the Strawberry Mansion section of Philadelphia by U.S. Marshals, Northern York County police said in a statement.

At the time of the shooting in late November last year, police allege Jackson is the suspect seen in dramatic police car dash camera video shooting point-blank range at the head of Officer Lynn Anderson. Somehow, Anderson wasn't struck with a bullet, and he scrambled away as the shooter then gets back in his car and drives off.

In the moments before the shooting, Anderson asked the suspect to get out of the car and put his hands behind his back, the video shows. The suspect then opened fire.

"On November 23, 2015 an arrest warrant was issued charging Jackson with criminal attempt – criminal homicide," Northern York County police said in a statement Friday. "During the course of the investigation, Marshals developed information that Jackson had fled the area and was hiding out in the city of Philadelphia. Task Force Marshals from Harrisburg teamed up with Marshals from Philadelphia in locating and arresting Jackson. On April 29, Deputy U.S. Marshals, Task Force Officers and Philadelphia Police Department Swat, located and arrested Jackson without incident in the 2600 block of North Stanley Street in Philadelphia."