AUSTIN, Texas — An arrest was made on Sept. 22 in connection with five threatening voicemails made to the Austin Waldorf School on Monday.
On Sept. 19, the Travis County Sheriff's Office (TCSO) received a report from the Austin Waldorf School that a person had left five threatening voicemail messages. This led the school to close out of caution for the students and staff that day due to the severity of the messages.
After further investigation by the TCSO, deputies identified the suspect as Carlos Lorenzo Michaelis, 37, of Kyle. Deputies located Michaelis and interviewed him regarding the messages.
According to the arrest affidavit, the messages contained phrases condemning the school and the experience Michaelis had as a child in the past. Michaelis repeatedly stated that he was "coming for you" within the five voicemails.
On Sept. 21, the TCSO filed a warrant for Michaelis' arrest.
Michaelis was arrested on Sept. 22 and charged with terroristic threat, which is a Class B misdemeanor. His bond is set at $3,000.
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