In response to authorities, 28-year-old Coleman Thomas Blevins, of Kerrville, was arrested by the KCSO Particular Operations Division within the 1000 block of Junction Freeway on Friday on a warrant for a Terroristic Menace to Create Public Worry of Critical Bodily Harm.
The arrest was made in coordination with the Texas Division of Public Security Felony Investigation Division, the Kerrville Police Division’s Patrol Division, the FBI and the U.S. Secret Service.
On Thursday, investigators intercepted a message indicating that Blevins was making ready to proceed with a mass capturing, by which he made a particular menace that included Walmart. In partnership with the FBI, investigators moved to arrest Blevins after confirming his “affiliation and networking with extremist ideologies” and functionality of following by with the menace.
Following the arrest, a search warrant was executed at Blevins’ residence within the 200 block of Spence Road for seizure of firearms, ammunition, digital proof, concentrated THC, and radical ideology paraphernalia, together with books, flags, and handwritten paperwork.
Blevins, who’s at present on energetic felony probation and is prohibited from possessing firearms, stays in Kerr County Jail on a $250,000 bond.
Officers famous that the FBI or different federal authorities might search federal expenses within the case and that expenses could also be added or modified previous to trial.
“This case reminds us that we have to at all times be vigilant. Many assume ‘that may’t occur right here’, and it was properly on the best way to occurring,” Sheriff Larry Leitha stated in a press release, “Our investigators did excellent work on this case, and presumably saved many lives. The plot interrupted on this case is unthinkable. We recognize the help of all our legislation enforcement companions, together with the FBI, DPS, KPD, and Secret Service. We’d prefer to remind the general public – for those who see one thing, say one thing. The KCSO, working with different legislation enforcement professionals, will proceed to cease threats to our neighborhood, and produce these accountable to prosecution.”
A Walmart spokesperson didn’t instantly return FOX Information’ request for remark.