Parent arrested for threatening to kill everyone at San Antonio elementary school

Edgewood ISD officials respond to incident

By Mary Claire Patton - Digital Content Curator

SAN ANTONIO - A man has been charged with making a terroristic threat against a public place and public servant after threatening to kill everyone at an Edgewood ISD elementary school around noon on Tuesday.

According to the arrest affidavit, the man told the school’s social worker during a parent-student conference that he didn’t give a “f---” what the school said, and that “everyone dies, life goes on. I’m f---ing sad too. I don’t need a shrink to tell me you’re crazy. I don’t care what anyone says.”

He followed by saying, “I will f---ing kill everyone... I’m not scared to go to prison.”

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The social worker told Edgewood ISD police that she feared for her life and the lives of the students due to the man's threats, and was afraid to call police because she thought it would escalate his mood and further endanger the students, the affidavit states.

The man then contacted Edgewood ISD police Tuesday afternoon, saying he would kill everyone, until he himself is killed," according to the affidavit.

A spokesperson with Edgewood ISD told KSAT:

"Student safety is a top priority at Edgewood ISD. A statement was made by a parent during a student conference that was of concern for staff. Though our students were never in any danger, any mention of harm to students, staff, or campus, be it in jest, will not be taken lightly and will be reported immediately to the EISD Police Department where police action will be taken and individuals wil be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law."

**Editors Note: The man's identity and the name of the school were intentionally omitted from this story due to the sensitive nature of this incident and to protect the student involved.

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