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Several Arrested in Connection to Vault Apartments Homicide Investigation, One Wanted, More Arrested on Other Charges

According to a press release today from the Statesboro Police Department, several have been arrested in the October 27 murder of Antonio Jackson at The Vault Apartments. Four more were found to be connected to the defendants and arrested on other charges, and one other is being urged to turn himself in to SPD on outstanding warrants.

Press Release:

On 10/27/21 at 5:02 p.m., shots were reported at an apartment in The Vault Apartments on Statesboro Place Circle.  Officers discovered 18 year old Antonio Jackson deceased at that location from gunshot wounds.  Detectives began the investigation, which has lasted for approximately one month and resulted in multiple arrests over that period.

The following individuals have been charged for their actions during and after the homicide itself:

  1. Tyrezz Jones (18, Allenhurst, Ga): 1 count Murder, 1 count Aggravated Assault
  2. Kaliz Hadley (18, Jesup, Ga): 1 count Party to the Crime of Murder, 1 count of Tampering with Evidence, 1 count of Possession of Marijuana with Intent
  3. Deavonte Andrews (22, Jesup, Ga): 1 count Party to the Crime of Murder, 1 count of Tampering with Evidence, 1 count of False Statements and Writings, 2 counts of Possession of a Firearm during the Commission of a Crime, 1 count of Possession of Marijuana with Intent
  4. Damon Hines (20, Jesup, Ga): 1 count Party to the Crime of Murder, 1 count of Tampering with Evidence, 1 count of False Statements and Writings, 1 count of Possession of a Firearm during the Commission of a Crime, 1 count of Felony Theft by Receiving Stolen Property, 1 count of Possession of Marijuana with Intent, and 1 count of Obstruction
  5. Treg Patterson (21, Jesup, Ga): Currently Wanted for:  1 count of Party to the Crime of Murder, 1 count of Possession of Marijuana with Intent

All but Patterson are currently housed in the Bulloch County Jail awaiting further judicial action.  It is believed that the defendants also possessed stolen firearms, drugs, concealed evidence, and falsified information relevant to the homicide investigation.  Certain of the recovered firearms had been stolen from unlocked vehicles in apartment complexes around Statesboro.

During the course of the homicide investigation, additional individuals connected to the above listed defendants were arrested on drug and firearms related offenses.

  1. Jaquavious Pinkney (18, Jesup, Ga): 1 count Possession of Marijuana with Intent, 1 count Possession of a Firearm during the Commission of a Crime, 1 count of Felony Theft by Receiving Stolen Property, and 1 count of Carrying a Firearm on School Property
  2. Kevionta Nix (21, Jesup, Ga): 1 count Possession of Marijuana with Intent, 1 count of Tampering with Evidence
  3. Jorge Camacho (18, Freedom’s Landing Dorms, Statesboro): 1 count of Possession of Marijuana with Intent
  4. Marcus Trice (21, Jesup, Ga): 1 count of Possession of Marijuana with Intent

These four subjects were arrested during a search at Freedom’s Landing Dorms on Lanier Drive conducted based on investigative leads from the homicide case.  They were transported to the Bulloch County Jail and later posted bonds and were released.

For various reasons, all these individuals established a presence in Statesboro and became involved in a variety of criminal activities.  Their arrests are the culmination of the combined efforts of SPD’s patrol officers, detectives, Impact Team officers, and investigators with Georgia Southern University’s Police Department.

Treg Patterson is urged to turn himself in to the Statesboro Police Department on his outstanding warrants.  Anyone with further information on this case should contact Det. Sgt. Patrick Harrelson at 912-764-9911 or submit an anonymous tip to tips@statesboroga.gov.

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