Contact: Officer Latisha Stroer, Public Information Officer
Columbia Police Department
UPDATE ON OLD HIGHWAY 63 SHOTS FIRED INCIDENT
On 6/21/13 at 5:10 P.M., Officers were dispatched to 206 N. Old Highway 63, in reference to a shots fired call. Officers located five shell casings at the scene. The investigation revealed an ongoing dispute between the suspects and the victims were involved in the disturbance. The suspects have been identified as Kimo Spivey and Tabisha Franklin. Spivey shot at the victims, black male, 45 and black female, 40, but no one was injured by gunfire. Franklin assaulted the female victim with a tire tool. The female victim was taken to the hospital by personal vehicle before officers arrived on the scene with non-life threatening injuries. Officers are looking for the suspects:
Kimo Deandre Spivey, black male, 23, 5'11", 225 lbs with black hair and brown eyes for Assault in the first degree and armed criminal action, considered to be armed and dangerous
Tabisha N. Franklin, black female, 32, 5'4", 192 lbs. with black hair and brown eyes for Assault in the second degree. There are no photos available at this time due to technical difficulties, we hope to have photos of the suspects out soon.
This incident is not related to any of the other shootings. This is not gang related. If anyone has any information about Spivey or Franklin's whereabouts, please contact the Columbia Police Department or Crime Stoppers at (573)875-TIPS to remain anonymous.