Great Police Work by Southern District Officers
By Anthony Guglielmi, Director Public Affairs Section
Monday, November 2, 2009; 11:16 am
On 11/01/09 at 2:45am, officers responded to a call on 3000 Elizabeth Street, for an unrelated domestic assault, when they observed citizens flagging them down.
They were advised that a black male with a silver gun had run into a neighboring home and threatened the woman that lives there. Officers canvassed the area and observed a man clutching at an object at his waist.
Officers confronted the suspect and after a brief foot chase, he was apprehended. They located the silver gun in the alley nearby. The suspect was:
SUSPECT: Jeffrey E. Kersey/M/B/8-30-85/2803 Tree View Way, Ft. Washington
The handgun was a silver .38 Smith and Wesson, fully loaded.
Mr. Kersey is a convicted felon (drug distribution) and is on parole until 2012. Violation of parole will be requested.
Good work to Southern District Midnight Shift, Sector 2, and the ops squad!
Updated: 11/02/09; 12:03 pm