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Police: 3 out-of-state men threatened York City woman with guns
Three out-of-state men remain in York County Prison for allegedly threatening a woman with guns and firing shots inside her home after kicking down her door, police allege. Two of those men are convicted felons who aren't allowed to possess firearms, according to police.
Lee N. Stevens Jr. and Tyler S. Camlin are being held on a half-million dollars bail each, and Bryan A. Fisk-Gibson is locked up on $250,000 bail.
According to charging documents, they accosted York City resident Alysia Thompson outside her home in the 100 block of Jefferson Avenue about 5:30 a.m. Feb. 6.
There, all three pointed guns at her and accused her of taking Stevens' money, charging documents allege.
Thompson told police she drove to Baltimore to pick up her cousin, Ashley Taylor, on Feb. 5 because Taylor was breaking up with Stevens, but while there Thompson was pulled over by police for an outstanding Maryland warrant.
Thompson simply let Taylor drive the car away, rather than having it towed, documents indicate. When Thompson was released by police, she couldn't reach her cousin and instead got a ride back to York with a friend of Stevens she knows only as "Skandle," documents state.
After Skandle drove her to her neighborhood, Thompson ran to her apartment to get him some gas money, York City Police said.
Ambushed at car: After Thompson got back in Skandle's car, Stevens ran over with a gun, police allege.
Thompson locked the car door and Stevens started punching the passenger-side window, at which point Skandle rolled down the window and Stevens grabbed Thompson's hair and accused her of taking his money, charging documents allege.
Camlin got into the back seat of Skandle's Lexus, put a handgun to the back of Thompson's head and instructed her not to scream, documents allege.
Fisk-Gibson also approached Skandle's car and also pointed a gun at Thompson and told her "that she was going to die tonight if they didn't get the money back," documents state.
That's when a truck cruised passed and Thompson saw her chance to get away, documents indicate. She yelled and waved her hands to get the attention of the truck driver, at which point she was able to jump out of Skandle's car and run inside her home, charging documents state.
Kicked down door: But the trio of men gave chase and started kicking down the door of her home, police said.
Thompson and the other residents of her home ran to the basement and she called 911 from there, according to police.
She heard the men running through her home and running out the back door, then heard two or three gunshots, documents state.
Police eventually apprehended all three men, who were seen fleeing the area as officers arrived, according to documents.
Camlin, 21, of Baltimore, is charged with burglary, being a convicted felon in illegal gun possession, making terroristic threats, simple assault, possession of a small amount of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Stevens, 34, of Los Angeles, is charged with conspiracy to commit burglary, being a convicted felon in illegal gun possession, making terroristic assaults, simple assault and illegal possession of a controlled substance.
Fisk-Gibson, 28, of Hanover, Md., is charged with conspiracy to commit burglary, possession of a small amount of pot and possession of drug paraphernalia.
— Reach Liz Evans Scolforo at firstname.lastname@example.org.