UPDATE: Wilson wanted for murder
UPDATE 2:09 p.m. April 28 — Wilson is now wanted for felony murder and two counts of aggravated assault in the April 25 shooting that killed Jimeshia Gordon and injuried her child in St. Marys. He remains at large and is considered armed and dangerous. SMPD is advising residents who see him to not approach or make contact with him.
Anyone with information about the shooting or his whereabouts is asked to call SMPD at (912) 882-4488, Detective Gary Nichols at (912) 467-2405 or Detective Chris Winkle at (912) 467-8347. Callers can remain anonymous.
The St. Marys Police Department is seeking the public’s help to locate a person of interest in a Monday shooting that killed a single mother of two.
Officers are looking for Roney Wilson, 31, who is considered armed and dangerous and a threat to law enforcement, according to SMPD Lt. Shannon Brock and SMPD Chief Tim Hatch.
Anyone with information about his whereabouts is asked to call Camden County dispatch at (912) 729-1442 or SMPD at (912) 882-4488.
Police responded to the Cumberland Oaks apartment complex shortly after 7 p.m. Monday, finding that 24-year-old Jimeshia Bryanna Gordon had been shot and her 14-month-old child had been injured in building F.
Gordon died after being flown to UF Health Shands in Jacksonville, Fla. The child suffered an injury to her forehead. She was treated and released Monday atSoutheast Georgia Health System, Camden Campus.
Couple charged with burglary
As a result of the search for Wilson, two other St. Marys residents are facing felony charges.
Khaylah Dominique Gaylor, 25, and Myquan Tyree Gaylor, 26, have been charged with burglary and possession of tools for the commission of a crime, which are both felonies.
Three Camden County Sheriff’s Office deputies went to Wilson’s St. Marys home at 1:37 a.m. Tuesday to see if he was there.
They found the front door of the house open and saw two people wearing plastic gloves leave the house by the back door. The Gaylors were detained and searched. Deputies found six packs of cigarillos, four pills of Aleve, an electronic scale, two plastic gloves, a flashlight and a putty knife.
Deputies asked the Gaylors, who live next door where their three children were sleeping, what they were doing in the house.
“They stated that about three days ago the owner — who they did not know the name of — said they could go in and get some dog food,” according to the incident report.
No dog food was found in the house.
A deputy asked to check the house to ensure the children were safe and Wilson was not there. Khaylah Gaylor agreed.
“Once inside the residence, I observed that the residence was extremely dirty and that a dog was being kept in the dining room in a cage, note that the dog looked extremely skinny,” Deputy Joseph Sheets wrote in his report.
Animal control was called to pick up the dog and a relative came for the children.
As of Wednesday, the Gaylors are being held in the Camden jail on a $25,700 bond each.