New charges filed against man accused of shooting at York County police officer

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YORK COUNTY, Pa.  -- New charges have been filed against the York County man already accused of attempted murder for firing point blank at a Northern York County Regional Police Officer.

24-year old Trev Jackson is now facing burglary, theft, and other charges related to what happened after his encounter with that officer.

Police have worked around the clock for the past three weeks looking for Jackson.

On November 22nd Jackson was pulled over on a suspected DUI.  Dash cam footage shows Northern York County Regional Police Officer Lynn Anderson attempting to arrest Jackson.

Jackson can be seen pulling out a gun and shooting just inches from the officer's face. He missed, and sped off.

According to new charging documents: Jackson is now facing burglary and other charges for ditching his car and stealing a child's bike.

A woman contacted police to report seeing a black male-- walking her son's bike out of her backyard.

Officers found a pool of blood inside the shed and on the sidewalk. They also found Jackson's abandoned vehicle 200 yards from the woman's home-- with blood on the driver's side door.

Police followed the blood trail from where the bike was stolen to an apartment at 337 West Market Street in York. There police found bloody clothing and the stolen bike.  A woman who lived there told police she helped him bandage his hand.

Police say according to the person who bandaged his hand, he had a gunshot wound to his left hand.

Police believe someone is helping Jackson hide, and say they will not give up until they find him. In the meantime they need the public's help, but warn he could be armed and dangerous.