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Crime 'J-Dolla' nabbed: Marshals arrest suspected York gunman, police say

20:25  05 november  2019
20:25  05 november  2019 Source:   ydr.com

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The U.S. Marshals Fugitive Task Force and York City Police Department arrested a man Monday wanted for shooting a woman in the legs in September, according to a news release.

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York City Police said that Jervin "J-Dolla" Perez, 19, of York, targeted the woman and shot her in the 200 block of Kurtz Avenue on Sept. 24.

The incident occurred about a block from McKinley School and triggered the school to go into shelter-in-place mode.

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As of Tuesday, Perez remained in York County Prison on $250,000 bail. He faces charges of attempted homicide, aggravated assault and possession of a firearm prohibited.

Perez is scheduled for a preliminary hearing before District Judge Ronald J. Haskell Jr. on Nov. 18, according to online court dockets.

At 2:13 p.m., York City Police were called to the 200 block of Kurtz Avenue for a report of shots fired.

Once there, they found the victim, a 28-year-old York woman, who was taken to York Hospital. One of the shots fractured her femur. The victim was taken to York Hospital and is in stable condition.

Nearby McKinley School, located in the 600 block of Manor Street, was placed on shelter-in-place, meaning the school's doors were locked because of a possible external danger. Teachers continued with their classes as normal, according to district spokeswoman ShaiQuana Bailey.

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"Prior to the shooting the victim had been walking down the street by her house when she was approached by Perez who shot at her several times," police said. "The victim was targeted by Perez in this shooting."

A day after the shooting, police identified Perez as the suspected shooter.

Contact Ted Czech at 717-771-2033.

This article originally appeared on York Daily Record: 'J-Dolla' nabbed: Marshals arrest suspected York gunman, police say

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