Man, woman accused of using stun gun on Walmart greeter captured


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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.


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.  

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