Texas Police Arrest Man Who Was Allegedly Planning a Mass Shooting at Amazon Facility

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a St. Anthony The man was arrested after people at his job reported him for allegedly saying he was planning a mass shooting.

19-year-old Rodolfo V. Aceves was arrested San Antonio Police Responded to an Amazon delivery station where the teenager worked on June 27 at around 10:30. Officers spoke to several people who reported listening to Aceves that he was planning a mass shooting at the facility.

Police detectives were then informed and “obtained credible information” to believe the comments were taken of “legitimate capacity”. mass shooting threat,

The San Antonio Police Department wrote on Facebook, “SAPD Covert Operations, along with the SAPD Street Crime Unit, were able to quickly locate the suspect at an isolated location and take him into custody without incident.” “From the time the SAPD received the initial call for threats, it was almost a few hours until the suspect was in police custody.”

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Rodolfo v. Aceves, 19, was responded to on June 27 at around 10:30 a.m. by San Antonio police at the Amazon delivery station where the teenager worked.
(San Antonio Police)

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Police said the investigation found additional evidence to support the threat of mass shootings.

The police got a warrant for the arrest of the aceves, and that was taken into custody accused of making terroristic threats.

Police also recovered an AR-15 from him.

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“This case highlights the importance of community collaboration and appropriate responses,” SAPD wrote in a Facebook post. This is the essence of ‘see something, say something’. Had it not been for the witnesses who came forward, the outcome of this incident could have been tragic.”