MANCHESTER TOWNSHIP, Pa.--Three women were arrested Friday by the United States Marshals Fugitive Task Force for hindering the apprehension of a wanted man who fired shots at a Northern York County Regional Police officer during a traffic stop last year.
Cristina Perez, 23; Xeomarie Velez-Quinones, 33 and Cathilia J. Laureano, 23, all of York, were taken into custody Friday for their role in assisting 24-year-old Trev Bowies Jackson evade capture, according to police reports.
Jackson has been on the run for nearly four months after he fired shots at a police officer during a traffic stop in Manchester Township on Nov. 22, 2015. Officer Lynn Anderson pulled Jackson over in the parking lot of the Crossroads Shopping Center for suspected DUI.
Jackson remains at large and is charged with criminal attempted homicide, aggravated assault and recklessly endangering another person.
Three charged with helping Jackson
Perez is charged with hindering apprehension and providing false information to law enforcement. Police say Perez was in Jackson's vehicle at the time of the shooting. She was arraigned and taken to York County Prison in lieu of $250,000 bail.
Velez-Quinones is charged with hindering apprehension and providing false information to law enforcement and hindering apprehension and providing aid. Investigators say Velez-Quinones gave Jackson a ride following the shooting. She was arraigned and taken to York County Prison in lieu of $100,000 bail.
Laureano is charged with hindering apprehension and providing false information to law enforcement, hindering apprehension and providing aid, hindering apprehension and harboring or concealing a fugitive, hindering apprehension by concealing or destroying evidence. Authorities say Laureano bandaged Jackson's wounds and arranged a ride for him with Velez-Quinones. She is also accused of providing Jackson with clothing and helped him dispose of the clothing he was wearing during the shooting. Laureano was taken to Central Booking for arraignment. A mug shot for Laureano was not immediately available.
Police expect to make additional arrests in this case.
Anyone with information on Jackson's whereabouts is asked to call 911.