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It is claimed a mysterious voice told him to kill the meth addicts, ” and directed his Chevy Impala, and for the purposes to which he says, the voice is decided, a 33-year-old began to plow in a “random” pedestrians is in a brief, violent rampage on Monday in Tennessee, which in the end cost the life of a pregnant woman and her young son.
William David Phillips was arrested after a fatal crash in Jefferson City, about 30 miles east of Knoxville. Two other people were injured and admitted to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
William David Phillips, 33, was arrested after he allegedly intentionally cut the car into three people in Tennessee on Monday, police said.
(Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office)
The crash was a deliberate act of violence against randomly chosen paths,” the Jefferson City Police Department said. Researchers have found that Phillips did not know the victims.”
As for a possible motive in the car-rammings, in the first instance, be confused, which of the following is the case, more details will be released on Wednesday, show a Way to confess to taking part in a deadly spree — but it is also claimed that he was only following the orders of a voice heard only by him.
The first goal was a 61-year-old man, who was taken after a voice told him that he was going to kill meth addicts, so he started driving really fast,” the arrest warrant states, according to the Knoxville News Sentinel.
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Less than a mile later, he saw two people — a 30-year-old Sierra Cahoon, who was pregnant, and her son, 2-year-old Nolan Cahoon.
“He said the voice told him that the carriage had meth in it, that he has deliberately broken, and [mother and child]…and the killing of both of them,” the order stated. “The act was done with premeditation.”
After mowing down the woman and her son, the violence was brought to a sudden end when Phillips was placed in an aquarium fish store. That collision injured one person in the store and smashed several cases, and the deaths of thousands of fish, the news outlet reported.
Both the Cahoons were pronounced dead at the scene.
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Phillips was charged with two counts of first-degree murder and one count of attempted first-degree murder. The investigators believe more charges will be filed, including first-degree murder charges in the death of Cahoon harm to the unborn child.