OKC Police: Man Wanted For Making Threats Online To Kill Officers Taken Into Custody
OKLAHOMA CITY - Oklahoma City police have arrested a man who is accused of making threats on social media to kill police officers into custody.
According to police, via social media, 19-year-old Tavon Railback has recently threatened to shoot and kill police officers.
Because of these threats, authorities issued a warrant for Railback's arrest for violation of the Oklahoma Anti-Terrorism Act, and unauthorized use of a computer to violate state statute.
Police told News 9 that Railback was taken into custody without incident at the Will Rogers Court apartments in the 1500 block of Westwood. He was booked into the Oklahoma County jail. His bail has not been set at this time.