Police announced felony charges against a Geneva man following an investigation into a violent assault that happened on May 16.
Around 11:41 p.m. police were called to Geneva General Hospital’s Emergency Department for a victim who had been assaulted.
Upon arrival, officers spoke with the victim who stated that Thomas Evans Sr., 27, of Geneva restrained them, refused to let them leave- threatening deadly physical force.
Evans is accused of punching the victim in the face, choking them, throwing them to the ground, then holding his foot over the victim’s chest and neck- preventing them from breathing.
Throughout the ordeal, Evans is accused of yelling at the victim to die.
Several days later police located Evans and took him into custody on a pair of felony charges. He was charged with second-degree kidnapping and second-degree strangulation.
Police say the incident was the result of a domestic incident.
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