Columbus Police releases official statement on murder of P Biggs
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Columbus Police has released the official statement on the murder of 31-year old Prince Asare popularly known as P Biggs . He died after a shooting on Thursday evening in north Columbus, Ohio.
The Columbus Division Police released a statement on Facebook saying:
Yesterday, September 17, 2020, at 7:29pm, Columbus Police was called to the area of 1632 Harvester Ln. on a report of a shooting.
Upon arrival, officers found 31-year-old Prince Asare suffering from an apparent gunshot wound. He transported to Riverside Hospital in critical condition. He didn’t survive his injuries & was pronounced deceased at 8:02pm.
The investigation revealed that Asare and 29-year-old Dennis Mensah became involved in an argument over a motor vehicle accident that occurred in the parking lot in front of the Harvester Ln. address.
During the argument, Mensah produced a handgun and shot Asare. Mensah remained at scene after the shooting and surrendered to the responding officers.
Anyone with info regarding this case is asked to contact CPD’s Homicide Unit at 614-645-4730 or email@example.com or Central Ohio Crime Stoppers at (614) 461-TIPS (8477).
This is the city’s 107th homicide in 2020.
P Biggs, a musician himself, is also the CEO of Bigg Entertainment. In 2012, he released a successful single with 2Shy titled ‘Azonto Bongo’.
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