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Texas man with loaded weapon on the way to the church arrested to fulfill "prophecy"



According to the Seguin Police Department, the police officer turned to Tony Dwayne Albert II on Sunday after concerned spectators reported Albert to suspicious behavior. The officer found that Albert wore "tactical clothing, a surgical face shield, a loaded firearm, and extra ammunition."

A SPD spokeswoman said Albert had claimed he was seeking the First Baptist Church in Vidor, Texas, where he was seeking to fulfill what he called a "prophecy." Vidor is located about 250 miles east of Seguin.

Albert, 33, of Houston, was arrested and charged with unlawful possession of a firearm by a criminal.

SPD spokeswoman Tanya Brown said the investigators had found that the 9-mm Smith and Wesson's gun, which Albert carried with him, was stolen from a house in Vidor. It was not clear whether Albert was responsible for the burglary on Monday, she said.

Albert was arrested on Monday in Guadalupe County Prison with a $ 1

00,000 bond. CNN could not contact his lawyer.

Employees at a Mexican restaurant in Seguin told CNAT daughter KSAT they had been alerted when Albert came in with a gun on Sunday morning and asked where the nearest Baptist church was. After leaving the restaurant, they locked the front door and called the police.

"The Seguin Police Department is extremely grateful to the citizen who called the police," said Brown. "If this topic had not been stopped and taken, the results might have led to another end."

The answering officer said Albert believed he was in another city, KSAT says.

Seguin is a city of about 30,000 and is located about 35 miles northeast of San Antonio.


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