LOCKHART, Texas -- A 19-year-old who was arrested for allegedly making terroristic threats toward the Amazon facilities in San Marcos, Texas is out on bond, according to the Caldwell County Jail.
Police reported that on March 9, the Lockhart police received a call regarding suspect Joshua Logan Hawkins posting a photo on Snapchat showing three rifles and the caption "DON'T GO TO AMAZON TOMORROW." Police said the defendant worked at Amazon and after working with the San Marcos Police Department, determined he lived in Lockhart.
Lockhart police then observed a copy of the photo from the witness and later obtained a warrant for Hawkins' arrest and a search warrant for his address. Police said Hawkins was arrested at the address and three rifles were recovered from that location.
Hawkins was charged with making a terroristic threat with bond set at $1,500. He was booked into the Caldwell County Jail and the rifles were retained as evidence.
According to the Caldwell County Jail, Hawkins was released two days later, on March 11, after posting bond.