Cops Stop Felon With Gun & Face Shield On Way to Church To 'Fulfill A Prophecy'

Seguin Police Department announced that they stopped an armed felon.

Seguin, TX - Seguin Police Department stopped an armed felon wearing tactical clothing and a surgical face shield on Sunday, who claimed that he was going to church to fulfill a prophecy.

According to Officer Tanya Brown, the incident happened just before 7:00 a.m. for a report of a man with a gun in the 2400 block of W. Kingsbury St.

An off-duty officer was the first on scene, and saw the man wearing "tactical style clothing," a surgical face shield, and carrying a loaded handgun with extra ammunition.

Additional officers arrived and identified the suspect as 33-year-old Tony Albert.

Albert, a convicted felon, said he was going to church to fulfill a prophecy. He did not identify which church he was en route to or give further details on the "prophecy."

The suspect was arrested and booked into the Guadalupe County Jail for felon in possession of a firearm and possession of marijuana.

The department says that if the suspect hadn't been apprehended, the results could have been very different.

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JBo
JBo

Nice going officers! Kudos to the original caller!

LEO030
LEO030

Thank God he was stopped in time.

KMdale
KMdale

No shots fired. Nobody injured. Nobody protesting "he was such a good boy." Maybe his prophecy was to go back to prison.

amdguru
amdguru

Great job officers!!! These officers saved some lifes and that's why I call police officers HEROs!!!

Mama1959
Mama1959

Thank you to all involved!!!