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Five charged in Wilmington Island incident involving a gun
Monday, "Savannah-Chatham Metropolitan Police Department’s Islands Precinct investigators arrested two adults and charged three juveniles linked to a physical altercation involving a gun on Dec. 29," police say.

Collin Stubbs, 19 and Yasmeen Jones, 17, were arrested at Metro’s Islands Precinct without incident. Stubbs is charged with several gun related offenses, fighting in a public place and reckless conduct. Jones is charged with affray and several gun related offenses.

"Three 16-year-olds were also charged with curfew violations and affray then released to their parent’s custody," police say.

At approximately 11 p.m., "Metro responded to a shots fired call at a gas station on the 400 block of Johnny Mercer Boulevard. Reportedly, before police arrival, there was a physical altercation between Stubbs and a 16-year-old male," police say.

"Allegedly, Stubbs fired shots in the air during the incident. Investigators believe Jones and several additional juveniles and young adults were involved. Investigators also believe all parties are acquainted and reside in the Wilmington Island area. There were no reported injuries."