Man accused of threatening to shoot up SA strip previously arrested for bomb threat

Roderick Lamar Robinson faces terroristic threats charge

Facebook photo from San Antonio Police Department
Facebook photo from San Antonio Police Department

SAN ANTONIO – Roderick Lamar Robinson, 39, was arrested Wednesday in Oklahoma for posting threats on Facebook about shooting up the San Antonio Main Street strip.

Robinson, who has a history of mental problems, was charged in Oklahoma City federal court in January 2009 for making bomb threats that forced an evacuation of a federal office building, according to NewsOk.com.

Robinson claimed in handwritten notes to have bombs in his car and a backpack, an FBI agent said in a court affidavit, NewsOk reported.

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On Tuesday, the San Antonio Police Department forwarded Robinson’s Facebook posts about the St. Mary’s shooting threat to the Oklahoma City Police Department.

"I'm going to kill a lot of folks at the San Antonio strip then an (sic) to then just (sic) bought me a gun with a lot of rounds in it so get ready (expletive) won't no one me making fun of me after this (expletive)," Robinson said in a now-deleted Facebook post.

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Robinson was arrested for an active warrant in Bexar County for possession of marijuana and he now faces a new charge for terroristic threats against the government/public.