Family Identifies Employee Killed At Tire Store In Concord
Update November 16th:
CONCORD, N.C. — A judge has set bond at two million dollars for the man charged with murder in the shooting death of an employee at a Concord tire store.
Jeremy Spann remains behind bars for the death of 27-year-old Terence Wallace. Wallace was an assistant manager at Discount Tire Store. His father spoke only to WCCB Charlotte. He says his son was loved by everyone, and the family can’t understand why he was taken away from them.
“I’m in shock, my wife’s in shock,” says Richard Wallace.
The family says Wallace had decided to go back to school and study cyber security. His funeral will be held this weekend.
Update November 15th:
CONCORD, N.C. – A family is in mourning after a young man was gunned down inside a tire store where he worked.
Family members say 27-year-old Terence Wallace is the man shot to death during a SWAT standoff at Discount Tire in Concord on Saturday.
We’ve learned Wallace was the assistant manager at the store.
Investigators say the shooting happened after a verbal dispute involving the suspect, 39-year-old Jeremy Spann.
Update November 14th:
Concord Police officers and SWAT team members are questioning a suspect after an employee was shot and killed during a hostage situation at a Discount Tire Store in Concord.
It happened after the suspect surrendered peacefully after barricading himself inside the Discount Tire Store on Dickens Place around 11 a.m. Investigators say it started with a verbal dispute involving the suspect, 39-year-old Jeremy Monty Spann of Lynchburg, SC.
When police arrived, they found the suspect barricaded inside, and all the employees outside, except one. SWAT Negotiators talked with the suspect for several hours before he was taken into custody around 3:30 p.m.
Original Story (11/14/20):
CONCORD, N.C. — Concord Police officers and SWAT team members say they are responding to a possible hostage situation at a Discount Tire.
Officers say the situation is active and ongoing, and asks everyone to avoid the area as the investigation continues.
Check back for more updates.