Harlingen Police Arrest Suspect After Threat Targeting South Texas Walmart

A man was arrested after police say he threatened to shoot up a Walmart in South Texas early Saturday morning, Harlingen police said.Police received reports of an imminent threat to a Walmart in Harlingen just before 4 a.m. Saturday. Investigators found the suspect at a home and placed him under arrest on a charge of making a terroristic threat. His name was not released, pending his arraignment.This is the second person arrested in connections to online threats against a Texas Walmart since the El Paso Walmart shooting that left 22 people dead last weekend. Police in Weslaco took a 13-year-old boy into custody Thursday after he made threats on Instagram targeting a Walmart, KGBT-TV reported.In Missouri, an armed man was arrested Thursday after causing panic at a Walmart. He told police he was testing his second amendment rights, according to The New York Times.  Continue reading...

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