Violent Convict Says “Blood Everywhere” If Family Attends Mother’s Funeral
SPRING HILL – A grief stricken Spring Hill man may have let rage get the best of him after officials say he threatened family members with a handgun and promised there would be bloodshed.
According to reports, 50-year-old Tommy Ray Evans became engaged in an argument with his aunt and uncle, Edward and Diana Packer behind their residence on Lindhurst Street. At some point during the confrontation Evans displayed a firearm and said “This is my power… I’m going to take care of things.” Another relative, Vivian Evans (unknown relation) attempted to grab the firearm but Tommy overpowered her and fled the scene.
On Saturday, Edward Evans received a facebook message through another family member that showed Tommy displaying the same handgun and stating “Bro, I wouldn’t go to no memorial service Sunday with DD (Diana Evans) if I were you and your people. Blood Everywhere.” Edward reported the incident to the Sheriff’s Office because Tommy happens to live directly across the street and they again feared for their safety. Edward explained that Tommy’s mother recently passed away and that he was just diagnosed with cancer.
Yesterday deputies responded to Lindhurst Street where Tommy was back at the victim’s residence and was subsequently arrested. Evans is charged with 2-counts of Aggravated Assault with a Firearm.
While en route to the jail Evans told Deputy Alex Covey “Don’t you worry I’ll be back.”
Bond was originally set at $4,000 dollars but according to the Jail Website Evans bond has since been changed to no bond.
It should be noted that Evans has spent nearly 20-years in Florida State Prison on charges of Home Invasion Robbery, Burglary, Sexually Battery with Force/Weapon, Armed Robbery, Grand Theft.
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