Compiled from media sources
LIMERICK PA – Law enforcers from Limerick Township and across southeastern Pennsylvania kept a sharp lookout through Saturday night (Sept. 23, 2017) for a 30-year-old man, described officially as “a person of interest,” who is accused of twice shooting a woman at her Long Meadow Road home and then disappearing.
As of 9:30 p.m. Saturday police were reportedly were still hunting for Gregory (Greg) Feldman of Montgomery Drive, Harleysville, (inset at right) who remained on the run and was pronounced by Montgomery County District Attorney Kevin Steele as believed to be armed and dangerous. Feldman has red hair and a light complexion, and according to witnesses was last seen driving a black 2016 Mazda sedan with Pennsylvania license plate KFC-4605.
He and his car remained missing Saturday, and police asked for public help in locating him. However, they warned spotters to call 9-1-1 immediately and not to confront the suspect.
Feldman, when found, so far faces 11 charges that include attempted murder, aggravated assault, robbery, and burglary as the alleged gunman in the Friday (Sept. 22) afternoon shooting of Amy Hermann, 48.
Feldman asked Hermann to speak with her daughter Rebecca, with whom he reportedly had a relationship, after he approached the home at about 12:30 p.m. and rang its doorbell. Hermann, who had spoken indoors with the girl only minutes before, refused. She later told Montgomery County detectives that’s when Feldman said he had “something for Becca,” allegedly produced a long-barreled handgun, and fired two shots.
The mother was hit by bullets in the chest and neck, according to authorities. A witness said she and her husband Mark, who applied pressure to his wife’s wounds, waited on the front porch for first responders to arrive. Hermann later was rushed to a hospital, where she was listed in serious condition but was able to tell detectives about the incident.
They say, based on a later interview with the victim, that Feldman then dropped a bag he was carrying, grabbed her cell phone, turned and went to his car, and drove away. She also claimed Feldman attempted to fire five additional shots, but that his gun jammed.
Daughter Rebecca, unhurt, was said to have spoken with Feldman in a call to her mother’s phone after the shooting. A criminal complaint seeking his arrest stated he told Rebecca, “”I wanted you to feel my pain.
Photos from the Montgomery County District Attorney and Google Images