Jason Robison Murdered Trooper On The Run, ‘The Only Good Cop Is A Dead Cop’
Manhunt Underway For Cop-Killer Jason Robison
Huntingdon County, PA – A massive manhunt is underway for Jason Robison after he murdered a Pennsylvania State Trooper Friday night.
UPDATE: He’s dead. Click HERE for the full update.
Pennsylvania State Police released Robison’s photo along with this statement:
HUNTINGDON COUNTY: The Pennsylvania State Police is currently searching for Jason Robison, 32, in relation to the shooting of a Pennsylvania State Trooper. The incident occurred on Bakers Hollow Road in Juniata Township. Robison should be considered armed and dangerous. It is believed that his hair is currently dyed purple. Anyone coming into contact with him should call 911 immediately.
Jason Robison shot and killed Trooper Landon Weaver on Friday night at around 6:30 PM when Trooper Weaver responded to a “domestic-related” incident. After killing Trooper Weaver, Robison fled and has been on the run since.
Robison had recently been making anti-police Facebook posts. Centre Daily reports that Robison’s Facebook page showed a post from December 17th which said, “The only good cop is a dead cop.” The post showed two photos, a police cruiser that had crashed and another of an injured police officer. The post was then deleted from the Facebook page at around 1 AM Saturday morning. It’s not clear if Robison deleted the post in an attempt to cover up potential evidence which could be used against him.
Jason Robison’s criminal history includes about a dozen arrests ranging from assaults to arson.
Robison is considered armed and extremely dangerous. He has been on the run for over 12 hours now, and can be anywhere. Please share his photo to let people know to keep an eye out for him and to call 911 immediately if they see him.
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