Sunday, April 7, 2024

Instacart Delivery by Merle Charlotte NC - The Male Sub Christopher Reid Was Armed - He Shot Angie Harmon's Dog Ollie Dead

Instacart Delivery by Merle Charlotte NC - The Male Sub Christopher Reid Was Armed - He Shot Angie Harmon's Dog Ollie Dead. This is how serial killers start out killing small animals. Christopher Reid has been arrested in the past, there's nothing preventing him from legally owning a firearm since he was never convicted of a felony in North Carolina. A spokesperson from the CMPD department told PEOPLE that while the man, identified as Christopher Reid in the police report, told officers he was attacked, authorities did not find any visible injuries on him. BE AWARE, ANY DELIVERIES BY MERLE & CHRISTOPHER REID FROM INSTACART IN CHARLOTTE NC AREA - DRIVER MAY BE ARMED. Angie Harmon, known for her roles in “Law & Order” and “Rizzoli & Isles,” shared details of the incident on her Instagram account, expressing that her family was “completely traumatized” and “beyond devastated” over the loss of their pet dog, Oliver. “To the man who took Ollie from us: your actions are despicable and inexcusable,” Angie Harmon said in subsequent Instagram post. According to Instacart’s policy, shoppers aren’t allowed to carry weapons to pickup or delivery locations. Civil lawsuit is next.

The actor said she was at her home in Charlotte, N.C., with her daughters at the time of the incident. Her dog Ollie appears to wear a collar designed to keep the dog on her property (invisible fence). Harmon alleged that the shopper Christopher Reid, employed by the San Francisco company, shot Oliver shortly after completing their delivery on Saturday afternoon. Instacart guidelines state a shopper's account will be deactivated if the contractor carries a weapon, makes threats of violence or aggressive gestures, or harasses customers. In a statement to the Chronicle, Instacart confirmed the suspension of the shopper Merle & Christopher involved in the incident. SO WHO IS THE INSTACART SHOPPER NAMED MERLE IN CHARLOTTE NC. The actual male Instacart driver Christopher Reid used different identity, Harmon says The male Instacart driver Christopher Reid used the identity and photo of a woman named Merle, Harmon said. On her Instagram story Monday, Harmon shared the delivery order confirmation that she received on the app. The photo showed that the order arrived on Saturday at 11:51 a.m.

The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department, which did identify the suspect Christopher, released him. Christopher Reid claimed he shot the dog in self-defense. According to the police statement, the delivery driver Christopher reported being attacked by a dog at the residence and that “he defended himself by firing a single gunshot, striking and mortally wounding the dog.” Angie Harmon added that Christopher Reid, ID'd by CMPD, appeared to be shopping for Instacart under a false identity when he shot her dog Ollie to death.

In a statement to NBC News, the Charlotte-Mecklenburg police department confirmed several details about the shooting described by Harmon. Police confirmed that the deliveryman Christopher Reid who shot the dog told officers it was done in self-defense. “[The Instacart driver] told officers that a dog attacked him while he was at the residence and that he defended himself by firing a single gunshot, striking and mortally wounding the dog,” police said in a statement. “Another dog was present at the residence but did not attack.” Authorities told NBC that no arrests were made and that no charges were recommended, (because it is a dog).

angieharmon Edited•2dThis Easter weekend a man delivering groceries for Instacart shot & killed our precious Oliver. He got out of his car, delivered the food & THEN shot our dog. Our ring camera was charging in the house, which he saw & then knew he wasn’t being recorded. The police let him go b/c he claimed “self defense”. He did not have a scratch or bite on him nor were his pants torn.  He was shopping under a woman’s identity named Merle… the pic is on my story. He shot our dog with my daughters & myself at home & just kept saying, “yeah, I shot your dog. Yeah I did.” We are completely traumatized & beyond devastated at the loss of our beloved boy & family member. #RIP OLLIE

NOTE: "As a lawful firearm owner in North Carolina, you have the right to openly carry your handgun, rifle, or another firearm in public. The open carry laws are fairly expansive, and include hunting grounds, state parks, and participating restaurants. However, there are many places where you cannot openly carry your weapon. Additionally, there are strict concealed carry laws. Carrying a concealed weapon without a permit and or with a permit but in prohibited locations are illegal acts. You may be charged with a crime if you have a firearm under your jacket without a permit, with a permit but in a location where concealed carry is not allowed, or after having consumed alcohol".


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