Update: Oklahoma City police arrest man accused of threatening officers

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OKLAHOMA CITY – After allegedly threatening to shoot and kill police officers, an Oklahoma man is behind bars.

Oklahoma City Police say 19-year-old Tavon Railback recently threatened to shoot and kill police officers on social media.

Officials issued a warrant for his arrest for violating the Oklahoma Anti-Terrorism Act, and unauthorized use of a computer to violate state statute.

He was arrested and booked into the Oklahoma County Jail Tuesday afternoon.

 

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