On 7-1-2016 at 1334 hours, Harrisburg Police responded to the area of Green and Woodbine Streets for multiple shots fired. Through the investigation it was determined that three individuals came to Harrisburg to purchase drugs from Malik A. Jackson, B/M/19. One female was from Highspire, the other from Hummelstown. The third is an unknown male.
The three met with Jackson to purchase drugs from him. There was a disagreement between the male and Jackson over the quantity of drugs to be sold. Jackson and the male then engaged in a physical altercation in the street at which time Jackson pulled out a handgun and fired a single round into the air. The two females then became frightened and attempted to leave the area on foot.
Jackson chased after the two females because he felt that one of the two had stolen the drugs from him. Jackson located one of the females in the 2100 Block of Green Street and physically assaulted her by pushing her to the ground and striking her about the head and face. He then forced her to disrobe to search her person for his drugs. Jackson forced the female to remove her dress exposing her breasts to prove that she did not steal the drugs.
Jackson then searched for the other female who was hiding in the 200 Block of Woodbine Street. Jackson approached the other female and began firing at her multiple times with his handgun. Jackson then began to physically assault her as he thought she had taken his drugs. He then took her purse from her and searched through her purse without her consent.
Jackson then fled the scene. A warrant has been issued for his arrest for the following charges.
Criminal Attempt Homicide, 2 cts Robbery , 2 cts Aggravated Assault, 2 cts Simple Assault, Carrying Firearm without a License, Person Not to Possess Firearm, Recklessly Endangering, and Criminal Mischief.
Anyone that may know this individual or have information on this individual where abouts is asked to call police at 717-558-6900 and ask for a detective or supervisor.
Dauphin County Crime Stoppers is offering a reward of up to $2000 for information leading to an arrest in this incident.
You may also submit a tip through Crime Watch, https://dauphin.crimewatchpa.com/hbgpd/3271/cases/shooting-suspect-wanted . These tips will remain confidential.