Suspect Arrested After Threatening Ex-Girlfriend Over Text


SAN ANTONIO, TX -- A 22-year-old man is facing serious charges after he allegedly threatened a woman, her mother, and the entire city of San Antonio.

According to the San Antonio Police Department, Dominick Rodriguez sent multiple threatening messages to the victim, who was his former girlfriend and mother of two of his children.

SAPD released some of the threatening messages Rodriguez sent.

When talking about the victim's mother the suspect said the following:

"Even if you ain't there that b**** mom gone get held at gun point," and "Ima drive my car into that b**** house."

A few of the texts included pictures of him holding a rifle and a handgun.

The messages said "Don't make me go murder the whole city lookin for y'all," and "Wat y'all wanna do?"

The victim also told police she received additional messages from unknown numbers she believed to be from the suspect.

Rodriguez was then charged with making a Terroristic Threat against a family or household.

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