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Kannapolis Police charge two in January Waffle House shooting

Two charged

Charles Mann III

Charles Mann III

Autumn Danielle Ferby

Autumn Danielle Ferby

Kannapolis Police say they’ve charged a man and a woman for their involvement in a January shooting at the South Cannon Boulevard Waffle House.

Police charged Charles Mann III, 24, of Southwest Corey Avenue, Concord, with felony discharging a weapon into an occupied property and misdemeanor assault with a deadly weapon. He remains in the Cabarrus County Jail under a $150,000 secured bond.

Autumn Danielle Ferby, 26, of the 1300 block of Northwest Rustic Lane, was charged with felony accessory after the fact and remains in the Cabarrus County Detention Center under a $100,000 secured bond.

The two were charged Tuesday, but officials said the incident occurred Jan. 17. There were people inside the restaurant, located at 1100 South Cannon Blvd., at the time of the incident, a statement said.

One of the bullets did hit a restaurant patron but officials said the person did not receive serious injuries.

Concord Police assisted in the arrest of both Mann and Ferby.

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