Posted December 21, 2017 2:17 pm by Comments

By John Falkenberg

CONCORD, NC — A grandmother and a keeper of a pet spa in Concord, N.C., was forced to shoot and kill — well, a general.

It’s every bit as strange as it sounds. Take a look at the story, as reported by WCNC:

The DA Roxann Vaneekhoven, said the business owner Sarah Shoe shot at a man, later identified as DeShawn Tatem, for forcefully and unlawfully entering her business while her boyfriend and two young grandchildren were inside. The incident happened November 30 at Sarah’s Pet Spa on Winecoff School Road in Concord.

DeShawn Tatem was also known as “The General” in a group called the “Yahshua Movement.”… A fight broke out between Tatem and Shoe’s boyfriend, Christopher Gray. Shoe opened fire while on the phone with police, the DA said.

Gray reportedly told Tatem to leave the store over a dozen times. Shoe told police Tatem left the store after a gun was pulled on him.

“He’s outside again… He’s out there screaming… If he comes in, I’m shooting him,” Shoe told the operator during the 911 call.

Gray said he went to lock the front door of the business and asked Tatem to leave. Tatum responded by yelling, “I’m the …Read the Rest

Source:: Concealed Nation

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