MONROE, NC (FOX 46) - UPDATE: (12/6/16 3:PM) - The Union County Sheriff's Office said they've captured the man and woman accused of assaulting a Walmart greeter with a stun gun.
John David Davis Jr., was arrested Wednesday and Natasha Jean Hall was arrested Thursday, according to the Union County Sheriff's Office.
#BREAKING: Man accused of using stun gun on Walmart greeter captured, Union Co. deputies say. Accomplice, Natasha Hall, is still on the run— FOX 46 Charlotte (@FOX46News) December 6, 2016
The Union County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help in finding two suspects accused of assaulting a Walmart greeter with a stun gun.
Deputies are searching for Davis, 42, of Matthews and and Hall, 38, of Charlotte involved in robbery and assault of a Walmart greeter in Indian Trail.
The 65-year-old greeter asked to see the receipt for a large tv when Davis produced a stun gun and assaulted the employee, according to deputies.
Hall was with David and they ran off into the parking lot and got into a green Nissan Pathfinder.
Deputies have arrest warrants charging both suspects with common law robbery and Davis faces an additional charge for assault with a deadly weapon.
Davis committed a similar robbery at the Lowe's in Indian Trail in July 2015. During this incident Davis was with another woman and left the store with a Dewalt cordless drill. When confronted by a store employee he produced a knife and threatened the employee, according to police. Davis and his accomplice were arrested a short time later by Union County deputies and charged with robbery with a dangerous weapon.
If you have information on the whereabouts of either Davis or Hall, please call 911 or the Union County Sheriff’s Office at 704-283-3789.