CONCORD, NC (FOX 46 WJZY) - A Concord pet spa owner will not be facing any charges after shooting and killing a man in November, according to the District Attorney's Office in Cabarrus County.
The DA stated on Thursday, Nov. 30 Sarah Shoe fired on shot at a man, identified as DeShawn Tatem, who forcefully and unlawfully entered her business and attacked her boyfriend while her two young grandchildren watched.
The had identified himself as "The General" and said he was in a group called the Yahshua Movement.
The deadly shot was fired while Shoe was on the phone with 911, describing a psychical fight that Tatem had gotten into moments earlier with Shoe's boyfriend, Christopher Gray, after being told multiple times to leave their business more than a dozen times.
Shoe described Tatem as being extremely angry and at one point screamed, "You better move M***** F*****, you're dead."
The DA said after meeting with officers who investigated this case, and reviewing the facts, statements of all witnesses, a 911 call made by Shoe, crime scene photos, physical evidence, and the law as it relates to the "Castle Doctrine" and self-defense, the Cabarrus County DA's Office will not be pursuing criminal charges against Sarah Shoe.