Jamira Dixon talks about the time she believes she encountered the man who is suspected of killing another man at a Tampa movie theater.

A Pasco husband and wife have come forward telling Tampa media they believe that Curtis Reeves Jr. -- the retired cop suspected of shooting and killing a man at a movie theater -- also complained about them texting during a movie, The Tampa Tribune reports.

Jamira and Michael Dixon say on Dec. 28 they were at the same theater as Monday's shooting with their son, two daughters and their neice. Further down the same row was the man they believe was Reeves. 

Jamira said she was texting when the man went and complained to the usher, according to The Tribune. The usher asked her to put her phone away, and she did, but the man continued to complain all while making gestures toward the Dixon family. Jamira told media that the man also confronted another movie goer who was texting during the previews.

When the movie ended, the Dixon family left the theater and took the children to the bathroom. They said Reeves was staring them down, as if he wanted to start a fight.


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