KERRVILLE, Texas — Authorities in Texas arrested a man accused of plotting to have out a mass capturing at a Walmart, and a search of the suspect’s household turned up firearms, ammunition and components officials explained as “radical ideology paraphernalia.”
Coleman Thomas Blevins, 28, was arrested Friday in Kerrville and has been charged with earning a “terroristic menace to produce community worry of major bodily personal injury,” the Kerr County Sheriff’s Office reported in a news launch Sunday.
Investigators said they intercepted a concept from Blevins on Thursday indicating he was “preparing to progress with a mass taking pictures,” and that the menace incorporated Walmart
Blevins was taken into custody the upcoming day.
Authorities searched his home and, according to the release, “firearms, ammunition, electronic evidence, concentrated THC, and radical ideology paraphernalia, like guides, flags, and handwritten documents were being seized.”
Blevins is on felony probation and was not supposed to have guns, the launch said. He was booked into the Kerr County Jail in Kerrville, a town about 70 miles northwest of San Antonio. Jail data did not list an legal professional who could remark on Blevins’ behalf.