Sonya Deville's Attempted Kidnapper Found Incompetent To Stand Trial

Phillip A. Thomas, the man who attempted to kidnap Sonya Deville in August 2020, won't be going to trial.

According to Raj Giri of Wrestling Inc, Thomas was found incompetent to stand trial and is awaiting transfer to Florida State Hospital in Chattahoochee, Florida.

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As previously reported Deville's temporary protection injunction against Phillip A. Thomas was extended on Thursday, May 6. The next protection hearing is October 7 at 9 a.m.

The order prevents Thomas, who is currently incarcerated, from going near Deville's home, within 100 feet of her vehicles or any places requested by Deville where she, members of her family or those closely associated with her "regularly frequent." The ruling also prevents Thomas from using or possessing any firearm or ammunition.

The order states Thomas "shall not commit, or cause any other person to commit, any acts of stalking against Petitioner, including stalking, cyber-stalking, aggravated stalking, or any criminal offense resulting in physical injury or death. Respondent shall not commit any other violation of this injunction through an intentional unlawful threat, word, or act to do violence to Petitioner."

Thomas was charged with Aggravated Stalking, Armed Burglary of a Dwelling, Attempted Armed Kidnapping, and Criminal Mischief.

Deville is currently part of Raw and SmackDown as an authority figure next to Adam Pearce.

Fightful will continue to update fans on the case as more is known.

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