Man accused of making threats toward city of San Antonio arrested in Oklahoma

Terroristic threats suspect Roderick Lamar Robinson, B/M, 39 years (Photo: San Antonio Police Department Facebook page)

SAN ANTONIO - A man who often traveled between Oklahoma and San Antonio was arrested on Tuesday after he allegedly threatened to commit violent acts in the Alamo City.

Several viewers reached out to us about a man identifying himself as Rod Lamar on Facebook who posted that he would be "ready guns loaded," on his next trip to San Antonio.

He added, "I'll be up for days an [sic] will shoot anyone who comes back over here." He also made references about targeting the San Antonio 'strip.'

The San Antonio Police Department later told us Roderick Lamar Robinson, 39, was arrested in Oklahoma City on a charge of terrorism hoax. He also had an outstanding warrant in Bexar County for possession of marijuana.

SAPD officials say Robinson will likely face an additional charge in Bexar County for making terroristic threats against the government/public.

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