Help Police Find ‘Wanted’ Pair, Earn A Grand

NORRISTOWN PA – How badly do law enforcement officials want to put their hands on a pair of Pottstown residents so they can face murder charges? Enough that the Montgomery County district attorney on Tuesday (Aug. 20, 2019) dropped a $1,000 bounty on their heads.

DA Kevin Steele joined with Pottstown Police Chief Michael Markovich to announce Steele’s office would pay “a $1,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of either Elijah Davis, 18, and Derrick Goins, 26,” for the alleged murder of Keith Robinson.

Robinson was shot March 30 (2019; Saturday) through the window of his car at the corner of Walnut and York streets. Police found him dead of multiple gunshot wounds.

Two other men, Kyshan Brinkley, 23, and Jacquan Lee, 26, also both of Pottstown, have already been arrested and face first-degree murder and related charges in Robinson’s death. Goins and Davis, similarly charged, are still on the loose after about three weeks, although police are actively looking them.

The money could be a motivator, but police warned both men should be considered dangerous. To obtain the reward money, Steele said, “anyone with information on the whereabouts of Goins or Davis should call Pottstown police at 610-970-6570, or the county Detectives Bureau at 610-226-5553.

Suspect photos from the District Attorney’s office
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