A man has been arrested after allegedly making a terroristic threat at a Walmart in South Texas just one week after 22 people were killed and dozens more injured in a mass shooting at a different Walmart in El Paso.
The man was arrested early Saturday after threatening to shoot up a Walmart in Harlingen, Texas, according to the Harlingen Police Department.
He allegedly posted the threat on a social media website.
Police received reports of an imminent threat to the store just before 4 a.m. Saturday.
The suspect is currently awaiting arraignment at the Harlingen city jail.
This is the second person arrested in connections to online threats against a Texas Walmart since the El Paso Walmart shooting, reports the Dallas Morning News.
On Thursday, police said they arrested an armed man at a Walmart in Missouri.