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Davis woman charged with shooting with intent to kill

The Davis police were called to a home near Green Hill Cemetery just before 4:30 p.m. on Feb. 8 for an altercation that led to shots being fired.
Detective Seth Kemper said 27 year-old Macy Busby is still in the Murray County jail on charges of shooting with intent to kill, assault and battery with a deadly weapon and placing bodily fluids on a government employee.
“The reporting party advised dispatch that at least one gunshot had been fired during the altercation,” Kemper said.
No one had was injured by the gunshot.
Detective Kemper said when they arrived they discovered two women were fighting and one had suffered injuries to the face.
Busby fled the scene “She was armed but, they were more worried about the victim at that point in time,” Kemper said. “Once the victim was taken care of, they apprehended the suspect.”
Busby was charged with shooting with intent to kill based on eye witness statements.
“An eye witness at the time heard something that came out of the suspects mouth that led to that,” Kemper said.
The victim was taken to a hospital where she was treated for her injuries and released in stable condition.
Busby was transported to the Murray county jail and on her way managed to pick up the charge for placing bodily fluids on a government employee.
“She was spitting through the cage onto both officers that were transporting her,” Kemper said. “That is a felony offense.”
Detective Kemper said the incident is still being investigated.
Anyone with information is asked to call the Davis Police Department at (580)369-3333.

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