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Man Wanted in Shooting Ex-Girlfriend's Mom Found Dead in Wawa Parking Lot

Authorities searched for Greg Feldman, 30, through the weekend before finding him dead



    Man Wanted for Shooting Ex's Mother Found Dead

    Gregory Feldman, the man accused of shooting his ex-girlfriend's mother, was found dead outside a Chester County Wawa late Monday. Police have been looking for Feldman since a Montgomery County shooting on Friday. NBC10's Matt DeLucia has more on the investigation.

    (Published Tuesday, Sept. 26, 2017)

    What to Know

    • Greg Feldman was wanted for shooting his ex's mother on Friday in Montgomery County.

    • Feldman was found dead in his car in a Chester County Wawa parking lot.

    • The victim is recovering and is expected to survive.

    The man wanted for shooting the mother of his ex-girlfriend in Montgomery County was found dead outside a Chester County Wawa Monday night, Chester County District Attorney Thomas Hogan said.

    Hogan confirmed with NBC10 late Monday night that Gregory "Greg" Feldman, 30, was found dead in the parking lot of the convenience store in Schuylkill Township, Chester County. He did not confirm a cause of death.

    Authorities could be seen removing a gun from the car then towing it away.

    A $1,000 reward was announced Monday for information leading to Feldman. The Harleysville man was accused of shooting Amy Hermann at her Limerick home so that the 48-year-old's daughter could feel Feldman's "pain."

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    Photo credit: Montgomery County District Attorney's Office

    Amy Hermann, 48, told detectives she was speaking with her daughter, Rebecca, when Feldman came to the door of their home along Long Meadow Road around noon Friday, according to court documents.

    He asked to see Rebecca and when the mother refused, Feldman said "I have something for Becca" before allegedly pulling out a long-barreled handgun and firing two shots, authorities said.

    Bullets struck Amy Hermann in the chest and neck. She told detectives Feldman tried to fire additional shots, but the gun jammed, the court documents said. He then dropped his bag, grabbed the victim's cell phone and left.

    Rebecca Hermann told police she spoke to Feldman in a call to her mother's phone after the shooting. Feldman allegedly told her "I wanted you to feel my pain," according to the criminal complaint.

    The mother was rushed to a nearby hospital where she was able to speak with detectives about what happened. She is recovering and is expected to survive, investigators said.

    A weekend of searching for Feldman ended in the Chester County parking lot.

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