Man Charged with Threatening Violence at Houston Community College

HOUSTON (Covering Katy News)  – A Houston man is now charged with making a terroristic threat for allegedly vowing on Facebook to unleash violence at Houston Community College’s centra campus, prosecutors said Thursday.

Luis Antonio Rivera, 21, was charged with the third-degree felony following an investigation by HCC Police.

Using the name Elijah Eli Saltibanez, he allegedly posted the following on Facebook:

“I will attack and shoot everyone and kill everyone in hcc Central campus in May 7 2018 I will killeveryone including students and teachers are gonna die and also I will kill the hcc police department.”

Additional threats were allegedly posted against President Trump and students in local school districts.

“We take threats to public safety seriously,” First Assistant Tom Berg said. “If the elements are met, you will be charged and prosecuted.”

Rivera faces two to 10 years in prison if convicted.

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