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Help Find Samula Wilson in Connection to Auto Break-Ins



Samula Wilson

Investigator Carlton Phillips with the Port Gibson Police is asking for the publics assisstance in finding the accomplice in a string of auto break-ins.

Samela Wilson, 44, from Pennsylvania is wanted for questioning in connection to a string of auto break-in in the Port Gibson area. Wilson is the accomplice of Neil David Davis, 50, who gave investigators a fake name when arrested. Below is the original story of the arrest of the man who told police he was Joshua John Bell.

Samula Wilson
Samula Wilson, 44


UPDATE – Wednesday, June 26, 1:30 p.m. – Joshua John Bell gave investigators a fake name. Neil David Davis, 50, gave investigators a fake name to protect another person. Investigator Carlton Phillips followed his instincts and took Davis to Vicksburg to go through the live scan fingerprint machine connected to the FBI database. When his information returned he has numerous drug charges, theft, burglaries and more. A total of 47 pages of information.

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Additional charges will be filed on Davis for giving false information. Investigators are also looking for his accomplice, Samela Wilson, 44, from Pennsylvania. She is wanted for questioning in connection to suspected thefts in Port Gibson.

Joshua John Bell,
Neil David Davis aka Joshua John Bell.


On Friday, June 21, 2024, The Port Gibson Police Department arrested Joshua John Bell, 46 years of age for auto burglary that occurred on Mark Street. After the burglary Joshua fled the area, but was later found hiding under the Bayou Pierre Bridge on Church Street. Sgt. Investigator Carlton Phillips quickly apprehended Joshua then transported him to the police department. After interviewing Joshua, Inv. Phillips was able to locate and recover all the stolen items. Joshua stated he was from Birdsboro, Pennsylvania and did not have any relatives in the Port Gibson area.

Joshua is currently being held at the Claiborne County Sheriff Department awaiting his initial appearance with the Honorable Mareesha Judge Odom.

Investigator Phillips stated he wants to remind and encourage all citizens to remember to lock their doors on vehicles and remove all valuable items when you all are away from your vehicle for an extended period of time.

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