Suspects still on the run in St. Charles County shooting

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ST. CHARLES COUNTY, MO (KTVI) – The search is still on for two suspects in an early morning shooting in St. Charles County.

Police are looking for 32-year-old Dareion Tate and 25-year-old Alfred Davis. Both men are wanted in connection with a shooting that took place at a home on Wilbert Drive.

According to a spokesperson with the St. Charles County Police Department, the shooting occurred around 6:15 a.m. The female homeowner heard a knock at the door while eating breakfast with her four kids and one another male occupant.

Police said Tate is the estranged husband of the homeowner and the two argued through the door about a car that was parked in the driveway.

According to police, Davis and Tate walked to the back of the home, climbed onto the air conditioning unit and fire shots into the house through a bedroom window.

The male occupant, a 33-year-old, was struck twice. Authorities have not updated his condition.

A neighbor who lives across the street was watching out his front door as the whole incident played out.

"I open up my main door to look out the glass door just in time to hear two gunshots back to back," the neighbor said. "Then within a few seconds two gentleman covered head to toe in black gear ran between the house where I heard the shots and the neighbor’s house, jumped into a pickup truck and speed out of here within a few seconds."

Police are looking for a black Chevy Silverado.

The neighbor said the truck was parked down the street right next to a bus stop where kids were going to be picked up just 15 minutes after the shooting happened.