Adrian San Martins posted a threat to Bexar County Sheriff’s office’s official Facebook page, saying he planned to open fire on someone’s house which prompted his arrest.
The threat prompted investigators to look at Adrian San Martin’s own Facebook page, where they identified him as wanted on a warrant for evading arrest.
The Sheriff’s office shared a photo of San Martin writing:
- “Be careful what you post and especially where you post it. BCSO’s Fugitive Apprehension Unit arrested Adrian San Martin last night. He was wanted for an outstanding warrant for evading arrest. We found him after he posted on our Facebook page a threat to shoot someone’s house up”.
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