On 09.01.2011 at 2126 hours the Northern York County Regional Police Department responded to a report of shots fired in the first block of Mayfield Street in Dover Borough.
Initial investigation found that unknown subjects had driven by a home in the first block of Mayfield Street at a very slow speed. Six shots were fired from the vehicle towards the home. The vehicle then fled eastbound on Mayfield Street and then southbound on Reservoir Drive. Numerous shell casings were found laying on the street and three were found to struck the home. The home was occupied at the time of the shooting. No one inside the home was injured.
Witnesses described the suspect vehicle as a black or dark colored Jeep Wrangler.
On 09.23.2011 the Northern York County Regional Police arrested two subjects in connection with this crime.
Terrance James Anderson age 21 of 2321 Tower Drive was arrested at his residence at 0600 hours following the service of a search warrant.
Jacob Grammer age 18 of 20 Hull Drive in East Berlin turned himself into investigators at 1030 hours.
Investigation found that on the night of the incident Jacob Grammer was driving his black Jeep Wrangler while Terrance Anderson was the passenger. Grammer wanted to settle a score with a subject who lived in the first block of Mayfield Street and he and Anderson drove to that area. As the vehicle travelled past the house of the victim, Anderson leaned out of the passenger window and began firing a handgun towards the house. At the time of the shooting the home was occupied by four people. Grammer and Anderson then fled the scene in the Jeep.
Grammer and Anderson are currently at Central Booking awaiting arraignment on the following charges;
- Criminal Attempt Homicide
- Criminal Conspiracy to Commit Homicide
- Aggravated Assault
- Discharge of a Firearm into an Occupied Structure
- Simple Assault
- Recklessly Endangerment
- Possessing Instruments of Crime
The investigation into this incident continues. Anyone with information is asked to call the Northern York County Regional Police Department at 717.292.3647 or use the crime tip reporting portion of this website.
Photos of Grammer and Anderson will be made available after they are arrainged on their charges