Texas teenager arrested for planning mass shooting at Amazon delivery station: SAPD

A teenager has been arrested after people overheard him saying he was planning a mass shooting at an Amazon delivery station in San Antonio.

San Antonio police officers responded to the Sous Vide Way station around 10:30 a.m. on June 27 and spoke to several people who said they heard the teenager, who was employed there, say he was planning a mass shooting at the job.

SAPD says detectives then “acquired credible information” to believe the teenager’s comments were considered a “legitimate potential mass shooting threat”.

The teenager, later identified as 19-year-old Rodolfo Aceves, was found at another location and detained by officers without incident within hours, SAPD says, and detectives developed additional information to support the threat.

Rodolfo V. Aceves (San Antonio Police Department)

A warrant for Aceves’ arrest was obtained and he was taken into custody for threatening terrorism. Detectives also seized an AR-15 from Aceves’ location.

“This case highlights the importance of community collaboration and appropriate responses,” SAPD said in a Facebook post about the case. “It’s the essence of ‘seeing something, saying something’. Without the witness who came forward, this incident could have had a tragic outcome.”

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