‘You know what you’re doing isn’t right,’ police say to armed ex-cop who kidnapped daughters.


‘You know what you’re doing isn’t right,’ cops tell armed ex-cop who kidnapped daughters.

Investigators from all levels of government are working to locate a York County man, a recently fired police officer, who police say kidnapped his young daughters and is still on the loose Wednesday.

According to York Regional police, Robert Vicosa, also known as Robert Brown, is driving a black Lexus G35 with Pennsylvania registration KPK-2076 with his daughters Aaminah Vicosa, 6, and Giana Vicosa, 7, in a black Lexus G35.

After an assault at their home on Pleader Lane in Windsor Township, Aaminah and Giana Vicosa were reported missing on Sunday.

Robert Vicosa’s estranged wife, who also happens to be the mother of the girls, told police that Robert Vicosa assaulted her and had a variety of weapons, including long rifles and handguns.

With their children, he fled.

“She was terrified for the children and for herself,” police said.

Police said Robert Vicosa, 42, pointed a gun at an unrelated Windsor Township woman Tuesday morning and stole her silver Volkswagen Jetta two days after the reported assault.

According to the York Daily Record, he told the Jetta owner that he was a former cop and that his wife was attempting to kidnap his children.

On Tuesday afternoon, the Jetta was discovered abandoned.

After that, Robert Vicosa borrowed a Lexus from a former coworker.

Robert Vicosa and his daughters, as well as the friend, have been missing since then.

According to online court dockets, Vicosa was wanted for kidnapping, simple assault, and robbery.

During a press conference on Wednesday morning, York Area Regional police advised Robert Vicosa to drop his daughters off anywhere public where they could call for help.

Robert Vicosa was a Baltimore County Police Officer until he was fired in August, according to Baltimore County Police Director of Public Affairs Joy Stewart.

He is currently unemployed, according to York Area Regional police.

The reason for Vicosa’s termination was not revealed by police, but a Sept.

Vicosa had a “trial” in August in front of the FOP Trial Board on charges of sleeping on duty, insubordination, and conduct unbecoming of an officer, according to the FOP Lodge 4 newsletter from 2021.

He’d been discovered…

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