Citrus County deputies say a Homosassa woman threatened to kill a deputy
4:17 PM, Nov 8, 2013
4:19 PM, Nov 8, 2013
CITRUS COUNTY, Fla - A 48-year-old Homosassa woman is accused of threatening to kill a Citrus County deputy.
Kay Blair, of 6689 South Hamburg Terrace, Homosassa, is facing a slew of charges including felony battery, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and resisting arrest.
Deputies say they were called out to a home on South Lima Avenue in reference to a physical disturbance Thursday afternoon.
According to witnesses, Blair got of out her car, walked up to a woman, grabbed her middle finger, twisted the finger and stated, "My son would be here if your son would not have killed him."
Blair's husband, Harold, apparently got out of the car and also threatened to hit the woman, an arrest report states.
During the alleged altercation, an arrest report state that another woman, presumed to be a neighbor, went into the street and with sidewalk chalk wrote, "Harold you will get justice." The message, according to deputies, was directed at the woman's house.
Deputies say when Blair and her husband left, they drove their car at the woman they threatened in an attempt to hit her.
Two neighbors reportedly witnessed the confrontation and provided sworn statements.
Doctors later determined Blair broke the woman's finger.
In a previous case, deputies say Blair sent Facebook messages to the woman stating, "Yes, I do belong in the nuthouse [expletive], cause I am going to kill all you [expletive]."
Deputies say they went to Blair's house and found her sitting at picnic table along with two others. There were also children reportedly playing in the yard.
When deputies tried placing Blair under arrest, they say she became argumentative and belligerent.
An arrest report states that the two other adults at the table grabbed on to Blair and pulled her away from deputies. The report also says one of the adults grabbed a deputy by the back of the shirt in an attempt to prevent him from making the arrest.
Deputies say once they had Blair in handcuffs, her husband and the two other adults charged at the deputies, forcing them to pull out their stun guns.
One of the adults was tasered, the affidavit states.
Deputies say Blair kicked a deputy in the knee and stated she was going to kill him as soon as she can
Blair also stated when she gets out of jail she is going to kill her son's murderers, deputies reported.
Blair is now facing felony battery, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon (motor vehicle), battery on a law enforcement officer, assault on a law enforcement officer and resisting arrest with violence charges.
Blair is being held on $6,000 bond.
Her husband was also arrested. He is charged with resisting arrest and battery on a law enforcement officer. His bond was set at $5,500.
The Department of Children and Families was called in reference to the children.