No charges are being filed against a Barrow County property owner over his alleged threat to shoot down a helicopter on May 10. That chopper happened to be carrying former Georgia Gov. Sonny Perdue at the time. Barrow County District Attorney Brad Smith said the comments of Kenneth Joseph Shook, 65, to a Barrow County sheriff’s deputy did not support a charge of “terroristic threats” as the deputy’s initial report indicated, because the threat was not intended to be made to the alleged victims. Shook’s property is off Highway 82 and abuts the Barrow County Airport. According to records obtained by the newspaper, Shook did not file his first written complaint about low-flying helicopters until after the BOC denied his 2007 request to rezone 18 acres nearby for a small subdivision of about 20 homes. The board denied his request because of the property’s close proximity to the airport.