Police in Oklahoma have arrested a man who spread through Facebook threats to organize in the cities of Oklahoma city (Oklahoma) and San Antonio (Texas) massacre like the one that occurred last Sunday in Las Vegas. The attacker was charged with spreading false terrorist threats.
Threats Facebook has spread 39-year-old Roderick Lamar Robinson. According to information on his page, the man lived in San Antonio (TX), but was originally from Norman (Oklahoma town is located approximately 32 miles from Oklahoma city), said local news portal KSAT.
The operation to detain Robinson was held by police in Oklahoma city under the joint efforts of the police of the city of Warr-Acres (Oklahoma) and San Antonio (Texas). A few hours passed between the detection of suspicious posts on social networks and arrest.
Robinson was taken into custody at his friend in Warr-Acres on Tuesday night, according to the page of police of Oklahoma city in Facebook. He was arrested on charges of spreading false terrorist threats. Police in San Antonio have also issued a warrant for the arrest of the man.
As noted in the police of Oklahoma city, the guards got into Facebook a few warnings from the locals about the posts on the social network with threats on behalf of Robinson. Police thanked users for help, and also thanked the officers from the police Department of San Antonio and Warr-Acres for their cooperation in conducting “fast, smooth operation.”
On the page of police of San Antonio in Facebook it is reported that the guards of this city also became aware of the threats Robinson. In this regard, were introduced additional security measures. It turned out that Robinson at the time was in Oklahoma city. Police in San Antonio immediately contacted colleagues from a neighboring state and warned them about any danger.
As noted in the Department, Robinson was also arrested on a warrant County police Beksar (Texas) on suspicion of possession of marijuana. There he’ll file new charges of spreading terrorist threats.
On his page in Facebook Robinson threatened to “kill many people” in San Antonio with weapons with plenty of ammo.
Last Sunday during the concert near the hotel and entertainment complex Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas 64-year-old Steven Paddock opened fire on the audience from my room on the 32nd floor of the hotel. Victims of the shooter, according to the latest information, steel 58 people, hundreds of injured. The paddock had committed suicide before the arrival of the guards. Police did not reveal when the arrow with the terrorists.