Published reports today say the man that New York City police want to interview concerning the death of Danielle Thomas, 27, formerly from Danville, made the initial call to their offices.
“‘I threw her against the wall. Somebody should go and check if she’s all right,’” Kelly quoted Bohn as saying.
News sources there say Thomas was found dead of strangulation in her apartment in a bathtub that had been filled with ice.
Calls to police and the coroner’s office there had not been returned at press time.
Thomas had a protective order against Bohn at the time of her death.
She was at the 114th Precinct filing assault charges against him on June 7 when Bohn called her there and made threats that resulted in an additional charge of harassment along with the assault charge and the protective order, authorities said.
Bohn may be on his way back to Florida where he and Thomas had lived until just a few moths ago.
Thomas, a graduate of Boyle County High School, was the daughter of Jamie Thomas Bright of Danville and the late Calvin Thomas.