Police: Man fired at fleeing car in York City
A York City man fired at a woman three times as she fled from him late last week, according to police.
York City Police say Jamal Gregory Everett fired at the woman in her car in the 400 block of West King Street about 2:45 p.m. Friday, Sept. 8. A woman, Brelyjah Tanyeah Bullock, is accused of punching the woman and hiding Everett's gun in her crotch, police said.
The driver had dealt with Everett less than a month earlier, when he robbed a woman in the driver's home, according to court documents.
Everett, 26, of the 600 block of Brooklyn Avenue, and Bullock, 18, of the 400 block of West Princess Street, are charged with attempted homicide, conspiracy to commit aggravated assault, conspiracy to commit robbery and receiving stolen property
Allegations: Police say the driver and a passenger, who were both known to Everett, were parked in the 400 block of West King Street on Friday, when Everett and Bullock approached the driver's side door.
Everett pointed a handgun at the driver and told her to get out of the car, court documents state. While he had the gun pointed at her, police say he tried grabbing her cellphone, and he ran his hands through her pockets.
While that was happening, police say Bullock began punching the driver. The driver then put her car in drive and pulled away from the scene, and Everett fired three shots at her, documents state.
One of the bullets struck and became lodged into the driver's head rest, according to police.
Bullock and Everett fled the scene, and police were able to apprehend them at West Newton Avenue and Neater Street, documents state.
A gun was not initially discovered, but police say Everett handed the gun to Bullock after the shooting. Police then strip-searched Bullock, who secreted a 9 mm pistol from her genital area, according to police. The gun was listed as stolen out of York City in May, documents state.
Everett: At the time of Everett's arrest, he was wanted in a robbery that happened in the first block of East Jackson Street, according to police.
Police say Everett went into a home in the first block of East Jackson Street, pulled a gun on one of the residents and demanded money on Aug. 17.
For this incident, Everett is charged with robbery, aggravated assault, terroristic threats, burglary, criminal trespass, attempted simple assault, receiving stolen property and prohibited possession of a firearm.
Charging documents state that Everett was given a key to the house Aug. 16 by the victim, who is acquainted with Everett.
Police say Everett then went inside the home about 3:30 a.m. Aug. 17, and found the victim along with another woman. The two were sitting at the table having a conversation.
Everett pulled out a .40-caliber handgun and pointed it at the two women, and he then told the other woman to leave, officials said. After the other resident left, police say Everett told the victim to "strip."
The woman who was asked to leave was the driver in Friday's incident, court documents state. The victim in the robbery was in the passenger seat, police said.
Everett put the gun in the woman's mouth and started counting down from five, court documents allege.
She took her shoes and socks off and gave him the $1,500 she had been saving over the past six months, police said, and she pleaded for him not to kill her.
He then stated he would kill her anyway, and then started counting down, court documents state. He got to two before police showed up, police said.
Everett was hiding in the basement, and he threatened to kill the woman if she told police he was in the house, according to charging documents.
When police spoke with her, she lied and told them everything was OK, according to the documents. After officers left, Everett came back upstairs and told her "don't let me find out you called 'em," before running out of the door, police said.
Other charges: Police also charged Everett with a separate incident from last month.
York City Police responded to a report of shots fired about 11:15 a.m. Aug. 24 in the 400 block of West King Street. The victim told police Everett attempted to rob him while he was in his car, documents allege.
Everett pulled out a handgun and yelled "give me your f—ing money," police said. Everett fired at the victim when he tried to flee, court documents state.
The bullet struck the victim's truck, according to police.
Everett is charged with attempted homicide, recklessly endangering another person and attempted robbery.
Everett was remanded to York County Prison in lieu of $300,000 bail total for all three of his cases. Bullock remains in York County Prison in lieu of $150,000 bail.
They do not have attorneys listed.
Bullock and Everett's preliminary hearing is scheduled for Sept. 25 at District Judge Joel Toluba's office.
Anyone with information about the shooting from Friday is asked to call York City Police at 717-846-1234, or text "Yorktips" and your information to 847-411.
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