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Texas police arrest guy who was reportedly setting up a mass taking pictures at Amazon facility


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A San Antonio person was arrested after people at his position noted him for allegedly stating he was preparing a mass taking pictures.

Rodolfo V. Aceves, 19, was apprehended following San Antonio Police responded to an Amazon Supply Station, exactly where the teen labored, at close to 10:30 a.m. on June 27. Officers talked to several people who noted hearing Aceves say he was planning a mass shooting at the facility.

Law enforcement detectives have been then notified and they “acquired credible facts” to consider the opinions have been taken as a “authentic possible mass shooting threat.”

“SAPD Covert functions, along with the SAPD Street Crimes Unit, rapidly were able to find the suspect at a diverse area and detain him without incident,” the San Antonio Law enforcement Office wrote on Fb. “From the time SAPD obtained the first simply call for the risk, to the time the suspect was in law enforcement custody was about a couple hrs.”

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Rodolfo V. Aceves, 19, was apprehended right after San Antonio Police responded to an Amazon Shipping and delivery Station, in which the teenager worked, at all over 10:30 a.m. on June 27. 
(San Antonio Law enforcement)

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The investigation uncovered further evidence to assist the menace of a mass taking pictures, law enforcement claimed.

Law enforcement obtained a warrant for Aceves’ arrest, and he was taken into custody on a demand of producing terroristic threats.

Detectives also seized an AR-15 in his possession, in accordance to law enforcement.

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“This case highlights the great importance of group collaboration and suitable responses,’ SAPD wrote in the Fb write-up. “This is the essence of ‘see anything, say a little something.’ If not for the witness who arrived forward, this incident could have resulted in a tragic outcome.”