Police: Inmate vowed to kill prison guards and their families
A convicted child molester, already accused of threatening to kill a York City police officer, is now accused of threatening to kill a number of York County Prison's correctional officers.
Dion Everett also vowed to rape and kill the pregnant wife of one of the officers and to kill the children of at least two correctional officers, according to charging documents.
State police on Monday filed charges against Everett — three counts each of third-degree felony stalking, first-degree misdemeanor making terroristic threats and third-degree misdemeanor harassment, according to court records.
Everett, 39, remains in York County Prison for his other pending criminal cases. He has not yet been arraigned on the newest charges.
According to charging documents, Everett repeatedly threatened a number of prison workers this month.
Wife allegedly targeted: He told correctional officers the name and workplace of a prison employee's pregnant wife and said he was going there to "rape that b—," documents state.
"Tell (the officer) that I know ... she is carrying his seed," Everett allegedly said, according to documents, and added, "Her life is in the palm of my hands. It's not a f—in' threat."
He told another officer, "Don't think you're untouchable ... I'll kill your wife and kids," documents state.
Everett also said, "You ain't ready for the wrath of Dion," according to charging documents.
Everett made news when he allegedly urinated in the holding cell of District Judge Ron Haskell Jr.'s office on Aug. 25. Also during that outing, he threatened to kill York City Officer Tiffany Pitts, police have said.
Megan's Law charge: Everett was at Haskell's office that day for a preliminary hearing on a charge of failure to comply with sexual-offender registration, which Pitts filed with Haskell on Aug. 10.
Everett was escorted into the office about 9:50 a.m. by a state constable, saw longtime York City drug Detective Scott Nadzom in the lobby and yelled, "Yeah, I'm comin' for you, b—," according to charging documents.
After being put in the holding cell, he yelled a comment about the officer performing a sex act on him, documents allege.
Everett's hearing on the alleged Megan's Law violation started about 10:20 a.m., but he continued to be "verbally offensive" in the hearing room, blowing kisses at Pitts, calling her a b— and telling her she should run, according to police.
He then told Pitts, "You're lucky I got on handcuffs 'cause I (would shoot) you with your own gun in the face. Just to show you I don't give a f— about you," charging documents allege.
His hearing was recorded as a waiver to York County Court, and he was returned to the roughly 6-foot-by-8-foot holding cell, still handcuffed.
Holding cell surprise: While in the holding cell, Everett ripped up his court paperwork, threw it on the floor and urinated on both the floor and the paperwork, police allege.
For his alleged tantrum, Everett is charged with making terroristic threats, harassment and disorderly conduct.
Haskell set bail at $10,000, but the convicted child molester can't be released even if he posts bail because he has no bail on his two separate Megan's Law cases for allegedly failing to register his address with state police.
Everett's criminal history includes a 1997 guilty plea to statutory sexual assault in a case where the victim was less than 13 years old, according to court records.
He also has twice served prison time, in 2006 and again in 2011, for failing to register with state police as a Megan's Law sex offender, records state.
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