Customs and Border Protection trainee fatally shot outside Saint Simons bar

Crime & Safety

Calvin Jenkins


SAINT SIMONS ISLAND, Ga. ((WSAV) – A second arrest has been made in a fatal shooting outside of Rafter, a bar in Saint Simons Island.

Naasir Kurmue, 25, was arrested and booked at the Glynn County Detention Center on Monday. He is charged with Simple Battery for allegedly punching the victim, Wolf Valmond, in the back of the head during the altercation with Calvin Jenkins.

Previous update:

SAINT SIMONS ISLAND, Ga. (AP) – U.S. Customs and Border Protection says one of its trainees has been shot and killed in Georgia.

News outlets report 37-year-old Wolf Valmond was shot twice early Sunday outside a bar in St. Simons Island.

Police say two men got into an argument and began shoving each other.

Then, 27-year-old Calvin Jenkins is accused of getting a gun from his car and firing several shots at Valmond.

Jenkins has been arrested and charged with murder.

It’s unclear whether he had an attorney who could speak for him.

Customs and Border Protection says Valmond had been assigned to the Baltimore field office and was training in Georgia.

Previous article:

GLYNN COUNTY, Ga. (WSAV) – One man was shot and killed outside of a bar on Saint Simons Island overnight.

An altercation began between two men inside of Rafters (315 Mallery Street). Words were exchanged, which then turned into shoving. Police say the two men went outside, and one of them grabbed a firearm from his vehicle. At approximately 12:32 a.m., the suspect shot at the victim multiple times.

The victim was shot twice and ran down the street toward the intersection of Mallery Street and Ocean Boulevard. He was taken to the Southeast Georgia Health System- Brunswick Campus, where he was pronounced dead.

The shooter was identified as 27-year-old Calvin Jenkins. Jenkins was apprehended by GCPD patrol officers and charged with murder.

The victim’s identity has not been released yet.

News 3 will have updates.

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