The Texas Man That Threatened Violence Against Cody Jinks Concert Made Call From Prison

You can’t make this up.

A few weeks ago, Cody Jinks abruptly canceled his concert in Nacogdoches, Texas, after an anonymous caller threatened to commit violence at the venue.

With the safety of the band, fans and everybody else at the venue being the number one priority, Cody made the call to cancel the show and reschedule it for a later date.

That suspect has since been identified, and as it turns out, he was already apprehended… IN JAIL.

“Investigators learned that the suspect was currently incarcerated in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice at the Alfred Hughes Unit in Gatesville, Texas,” the press release stated. “The suspect was identified as Robert Dulaney 45 years of age. Dulaney has been in prison since 2006.”

Robert made the call from his prison cell with the use of an illegal cell phone that he was hiding in the door frame of his prison cell. According to his confession, he threatened to “shoot several people” because his girlfriend was going to the show that night and he didn’t want her to go. The threat was a successful attempt to get the show canceled and thankfully didn’t pose a serious risk to the public.

A third-degree felony terroristic threat charge has been filed against him so it doesn’t appear that he’ll be getting out of jail any time soon.

Cody’s concert has been rescheduled for Saturday, January 25, 2020, at the Nacogdoches County Civic Center.

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