Sonya Deville Granted Injunction Against Stalker; Latest On Criminal Case

Sonya Deville has been granted a temporary injunction against Phillip Thomas, the man who attempted to abduct her at her home last Sunday.

There will be a hearing to have the injunction for stalking put in place permanently. The suspect has a pre-trial bail hearing on Thursday at 4:30 PM ET. There, it will be determined if he will be allowed to post bond or if he will remain in jail while he awaits trial.

There is a good chance bond is denied as he is from South Carolina, not Florida, where the crime occurred. Thomas is scheduled to be present for that hearing.

Thomas was appointed a public defender on Monday.

As reported here at, Phillip A. Thomas II, 24, was arrested early Sunday morning at the home of Deville and charged with aggravated stalking, armed burglary of a dwelling, attempted armed kidnapping and criminal mischief.

The suspect was armed with a knife and mace. He also had plastic zip ties, duct tape and other items he told deputies he planned to use to take the homeowner hostage.

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