FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) – The Fort Worth Police Intelligence Unit for Terroristic Threat has arrested a 17-year-old boy in relation to a picture he posted on social media.READ MORE: Crowley ISD Dropping Mask Mandate As COVID-19 Case Numbers In School District Drop
Detectives received information about a picture posted on Twitter on December 22.
The photo on the account of Montrae Toliver showed the sight of a rifle pointed at a Fort Worth police squad car that was stopped in a residential neighborhood.
The caption on the photo said –
“Should I do it? Don’t Care For a Black Male Anyways.”
In a Twitter post allegedly made by Toliver after posting the picture he said –
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“Everyone is Posting The Pic of The One Picture But No one Will Post The One That’s Right Before It That Shows Its an Airsoft.”
The Tactical Intelligence Division-Homeland Security Unit deemed the photo a “threat of violence towards police officers.”
Multiple jurisdictions worked with Fort Worth police investigation the threat.
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