SUTHERLAND SPRINGS, Texas (AP) — Longtime congregants at the small-town Texas church where a gunman’s rampage left more than two dozen dead say they were afraid of the attacker.
Husband and wife Rod and Judy Green tell The Associated Press Friday that they are good friends with Devin Kelley’s in-laws, and that Kelley had often exhibited troubling behavior.READ MORE: Public Utility Commission Grills ERCOT Over Its Call For Texans To Conserve Energy This Week
Authorities have said Kelley’s mother-in-law attended First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs and she’d gotten threatening texts from him.
Rod Green says that at a Christmas dinner one year, Kelley had “bragged about being armed.”
The Greens also said they watched Kelley closely when he showed up wearing all black last month at a festival at the church.READ MORE: Feds Warn Against Fake COVID-19 Vaccine Cards
Judy Green says Kelley was “completely distant and way out in thought.”
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