Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office arrest man after he calls in death threats to station

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FORT BEND COUNTY, TX - Thursday morning, the Fort Bend County Sheriff's Office Dispatch received a call from an unknown subject threatening to kill "everybody in the police department".

FBCSO Communications personnel immediately contacted Investigators to investigate the source of the phone call.  Investigators were able to locate and identify the suspect who made the call.

This afternoon, an arrest warrant was executed on Meadow Knoll in Stafford as Gustavo Garcia, 53, was taken into custody for Terroristic Threats,  which is a third degree felony.  Garcia has confessed to the crime and is currently being held in the Fort Bend County Jail with a $50,000 bond.

"It is a dangerous climate for law enforcement right now and we take all threats seriously", stated FBSCO Sheriff Troy Nehls.

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