Anthony Davis (Homicide) and Kacee Kenner (Homicide)

 Today’s Wanted Wednesday focuses on a double homicide that occurred in Columbus.

On Saturday, July 16th, 2022, at 2:05AM, Columbus Police Officers were called to the 3400 block of Sullivant Ave. on a report of a shooting inside a bar at that location.  On arrival, officers found three males all suffering from apparent gunshot wounds.

CFD Medic 17 responded and pronounced a 39-year-old male deceased at scene at 2:21AM.  Franklin Township Medic 192 transported 30-year-old Denver Spencer to Grant Medical Center in critical condition, where he was pronounced deceased at 2:57AM.  CFD Medic 12 transported the third victim, 41-year-old A.T. to Grant Medical Center in stable condition.  At 3:12AM a fourth victim, 25-year-old D.S., requested a medic in the 900 block of Forest Creek Dr.  CFD Medic 12 treated D.S. at scene for a grazing gunshot wound.  D.S.’s injuries were determined to have occurred at the bar.

Mr. Anthony Davis is wanted for Homicide (F-1) and two counts of Felonious Assault (F-2)

Mr. Kacee Kenner is wanted for Homicide (F-1), two counts of Felonious Assault (F-2), one count of Weapons Under Disability (F-3) and one count of Breaking and Entering (F-5).

Anthony Davis and Kacee Kenner

Both men are believed to be armed and dangerous.

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