Sony Deville’s Stalker Continued To Harass Her While Incarcerated

A stalker named Phillip Tomas II  broke into Sonya Deville’s house in order to kidnap her, which he had been planning for several months. His attempt failed and he was arrested.

He has several charges against him. He had a virtual court hearing on October 12th regarding the attempted kidnapping. His next appearance is on December 15th, where he will be there in person for the hearing.

The charges against him include aggravated Stalking which is a third degree felony, Armed Burglary of a Dwelling which is a felony punishable by life in prison, and Armed Kidnapping for Ransom or Reward or Hostage which is another felony punishable by life in prison. He is also facing a misdemeanor charge of Criminal Mischief for Less Than $200.

According to a report by Wrestling Inc, Sonya Deville has been receiving Thomas’ mails at home. At the time of his incarceration, he gave Deville’s address as his own. Authorities corrected this quickly so she is no longer receiving his mails. However, court records still show Thomas’ address as Deville’s residence. This act can be used against Thomas as an act of continued harassment.

Deville also has an injunction hearing against Thomas on November 12th.