One was arrested after shots were fired near the Lancaster County shopping center

LANCASTER, Pa. (WHTM) – Lancaster Police have arrested an individual allegedly involved in a gunshot incident near the Park City Center shopping mall on Tuesday, February 14.

According to police, officers responded to the Shogun Steakhouse at 680 Park City Center and began speaking to witnesses. When officers arrived, they found a single shell casing outside the restaurant. According to police, witnesses said only one shot was fired before the suspect left the scene in a burgundy Mercury Sable.

Officers then spoke to two victims, neither of whom were shot, who said the suspect, Jarvis Jamison, allegedly pistol whipped one of them, causing the gun to fire once.

Officers then conducted an investigation and found that the vehicle was parked at the 600 block of North Lime Street. Police tracked the suspect’s vehicle to an apartment on the block and arrested Jamison without incident.

According to a police report, during a “consent search” at the home, police found a loaded .45 caliber Springfield XD 45 that had previously been reported lost by its owner.

Jamison was charged with:

  • Persons who are not allowed to own firearms
  • Firearms may not be carried without a license
  • Careless endangerment of another person
  • receipt of stolen property
  • grievous bodily harm
  • stalking
  • possession of instruments of a crime
  • City Firearms Dispensation Ordinance One was arrested after shots were fired near the Lancaster County shopping center

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