2 Arrested on Charges Resulting from Entering Auto Investigation


Press Release



Madison Bridges Warren, Community Information Specialist

Statesboro Police Department

25 West Grady Street

Statesboro, Georgia 30458


The Statesboro Police Department has arrested 2 suspects on charges resulting from an Entering Auto investigation.

On 12/14, at approximately 3:50 am, officers assigned to the Patrol Bureau of the Statesboro Police Department responded to the Hamptons apartment complex in reference to a suspicious person pulling on the door handles of multiple vehicles. Upon arrival an officer made contact with a male subject, later identified as Stanley Jenkins, who was rummaging through the trunk of a vehicle. Jenkins provided the officer with false identifying information before fleeing the scene on foot towards Caribe Court. The officer pursued Jenkins on foot, but was unable to apprehend him at the time.

When officers responded to Caribe Court to assist in the pursuit, it was discovered that multiple vehicles had been entered at that location as well.

Through investigation, detectives of the Statesboro Police Department were able to correctly identify Jenkins as the suspect in this incident. He was placed under arrest less than 12 hours after officers responded to the incident that morning. Additionally, Keondra Kelly was arrested on charges related to interfering with the investigation of this incident.



Stanley Mashawn Jenkins

24 years old


Statesboro, GA



5 counts                 Entering Auto

1 count                   Possession of a Firearm by a Convicted Felon

1 count                   Possession of Marijuana – less than 1 oz

1 count                   Obstructing or Hindering Law Enforcement Officer

1 count                   Giving False Name/Address/DOB to Law Enforcement Officer



Keondra Trilisa Kelly

24 years old


Statesboro, GA



1 count                      Obstructing or Hindering Law Enforcement Officer

1 count                      False Report of a Crime


Anyone with information concerning this case is asked to contact the Statesboro Police Department at (912) 764-9911. You may also anonymously submit information to www.tipsoft.com or by texting a tip to “TIPSSPD plus your message” to 274637 (CRIMES). All information is strictly confidential.



Media inquiries for this incident should be directed to:

Community Information Specialist Madison Bridges Warren



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