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Alleged would-be cop killer charged with stealing bike

Christopher Dornblaser
717-505-5436/@YDDornblaser

The man who allegedly shot at a Northern York County Regional Police officer during a traffic stop Nov. 22 is now wanted on additional charges.

Trev Bowies Jackson, 24, of York City, who is currently still on the run from police, is now facing burglary and theft charges, according to charging documents.

At 6:20 on the morning following the alleged shooting, police were called in regards to a bike that had been stolen from a woman's residence, according to police.

The caller said she saw a black male, who matched Jackson's description, walking her son's bike out of the backyard and onto the driveway, according to documents.

Jackson's car was found 200 yards from the residence, according to police.

Police say the shed from which the bike was taken had a pool of blood inside it, and there was blood on the sidewalk and on leaves outside the shed.

While investigating, police found the bike in the lobby of an apartment building he visited, with blood on the left handlebar. Police believe Jackson had been shot in his left hand or his left side after he shot at the officer and was bleeding, police said.

Trev Jackson II

Previously reported

— Reach Christopher Dornblaser at cdornblaser@yorkdispatch.com