A man was arrested Thursday after allegedly writing a Facebook post that threatened a Kaufman County prosecutor.
Robert Allan Miller, 52, is being held on a $1 million bond for a charge of making a terroristic threat.
The arrest comes a day after a Terrell man was arrested for threatening the life of a Kaufman County official on a hotline set up to submit tips in the investigation into the murder of two prosecutors this year in the Kaufman County District Attorney's Office. There is no indication the two threats are related.
In the Facebook posting allegedly written by Miller, he said that he "expect[s] that Assistant District Attorney Daniel Floyd will soon perish, bringing closure to an era of unacceptable practices and allowing Kaufman County residents to move forward with liberty and justice."
The post goes on to say defendants are not given their day in court in Kaufman County and "actual guilt or innocence does not concern" Kaufman County prosecutors.