Federal Agents Arrest U. S. Army Veteran for Posting on Internet Threats to Destroy V.A. Medical Center in Kerrville and Kill Employees
San Antonio, Texas
More Today's News:
ߦ   Santa Fe Victims
ߦ   Accused Shooter’s Family Speaks
ߦ   Armed suspect at large after robbing San Antonio IHOP
ߦ   FBI Calls For Media to Cease "Hounding" Santa Fe Families and Students
ߦ   To the members in the Santa Fe CPAAA
ߦ   Town Hall Meeting - May 22 - Underage Drinking
ߦ   Windcrest police arrest man accused of killing woman at San Antonio school parking lot
ߦ   Retired Houston Police Officer Wounded In Santa Fe School Shooting
ߦ   Teen shooter ID'd in deadly Santa Fe school shooting
ߦ   A suspected sovereign citizen ended up as the target of a fur missile.
ߦ   A Week Dedicated To Honor Law Enforcement
ߦ   Former Galveston Deputy Sentenced To Prison
ߦ   ‘Killed Them All, of Course’ - Robert Durst
ߦ   7 taken to hospital after Houston police chase ends in crash
ߦ   Autopsies: Ohio officers killed by shots to head, torso
ߦ   BODYCAM: Mayor’s Son Abuses Cop
ߦ   Burnet County Sheriff's Office - Inmate/Arrests Summary
ߦ   Calif. justice reforms questioned after officer's slaying
ߦ   Dogwood Trail Shooting
ߦ   Fundraiser For Deputy Christopher Gaines May 16
ߦ   Houston cop killer Anthony Haynes loses federal appeal over bad lawyering claims
ߦ   Immigration crackdown shifts to employers as audits surge
ߦ   IN MEMORIAM - Arthur Loukas, Houston Police Officer (Ret)
ߦ   Investigation into Fatal Crash at 13500 Hooper Road
ߦ   Investigation into Fatal Crash at 1400 Congress
ߦ   Investigation into Fatal Crash at 2400 Berry Road
ߦ   Investigation into Fatal Crash at 4300 West Airport Boulevard
ߦ   Investigation into Fatal Crash at 8800 Southwest Freeway
ߦ   Man accused of killing estranged wife found alive with gunshot wound to head after Katy standoff
ߦ   Man gets extended sentence for ambush shooting of officer
ߦ   Man told to remove makeup to gain entry to Corpus Christi nightclub
ߦ   Mayor Candidate Wants To Remove Requirement That Police Complaints Be Truthful
ߦ   Paris Police Dept - Daily Activity/Arrests Summary
ߦ   Pearland Police Offense Bulletin
ߦ   Sports betting a possibility nationwide after Supreme Court ruling

   Next >>
Search Archives:
In San Antonio this morning, Special Agents with the Federal Bureau of Investigation arrested 44-year-old Walter Steven Crosley of Lakehills, TX, for using the Internet to post threats to kill individuals working for the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) and to damage or destroy buildings by use of explosives announced United States Attorney Richard L. Durbin, Jr.; FBI Special Agent in Charge Christopher Combs, San Antonio Division; and, Special Agent in Charge James Werner, VA Office of Inspector General (VAOIG), South Central Field Office.

According to court records, Crosley served in the Army for 13 years including time in Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. In 2005, Crosley, a Motor Transport Operator, suffered multiple injuries resulting from an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) detonation. In 2013, Crosley was permanently retired and received a 100% service-related disability.

He has received periodic treatment for his injuries at the Kerrville VA Medical Center. A criminal complaint and supporting affidavit filed in federal court today alleges that while visiting the facility on June 7, 2017, Crosley made a statement to a nurse that, “I may be the next guy that takes y’all out.” The complaint also states that Crosley, who claims to suffer health issues stemming from his service in Iraq and lack of proper treatment by the VA, periodically uploads videos to YouTube under the name of “Retired Warrior.”

In one of the videos, Crosley states that he threatened to blow up the Kerrville VA facility if they did not put him in a war related illness and injury study center. In his video, he also claimed that he would follow in the footsteps of other individuals suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), who either committed suicide, killed other individuals or destroyed property.

Crosley made his initial appearance this afternoon in federal court in San Antonio. He remains in federal custody pending a detention hearing scheduled for September 21 at 9:30 a.m. Upon conviction, Crosley faces up to ten years in federal prison. The FBI and the VAOIG investigated this case. Assistant United States Attorney Bud Paulissen is prosecuting this case on behalf of the Government. It is important to note that a criminal complaint is merely a charge and should not be considered as evidence of guilt. The defendant is presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

When your sick, one tends to say stupid things. MH Facility...Not Prison here
Posted by USMC66'- at 9/8/2017 1:07:56 PM

Post a comment
Email Address: (must be a valid address)
(will not be published or shared)
Comments: (plain text only)
Printer Friendly Format  Printer Friendly Format    Send to a Friend  Send to a Friend    RSS Feed  RSS Feed
  Facebook   Share link on Twitter Tweet  
© 1999-2018 The Police News. All rights reserved.