Uvalde shooter’s mom arrested for threatening to kill her boyfriend

Multiple reports indicate that the mother of the Uvalde school shooter threatened to kill a man she lived with.

The New York Times reported on Wednesday that Adriana Martinez Reyes, 40, had been arrested.

Court records show that Martinez Reyes told the police she was the mother of the killer in the Uvalde Texas shooting.

During the Robb Elementary School shooting on May 24th, Salvador Ramos, her son, killed 19 children and two teachers. The shooter also died.

Earlier on the day of the tragedy, Ramos had also shot his grandmother in the face. She survived the injuries she endured as a result of the altercation.

The shooter’s mother lives in Oklahoma, and reports indicate that police in Oklahoma City were called to her home multiple times in the same day.

There was a man at the home who told the authorities that he had a falling out with Martinez Reyes. He shared that although he loved her, he was afraid of her due to his disability.

The New York Times reported that Martinez Reyes threatened to kill the man at some point. According to NBC News, Martinez Reyes was charged with assault and battery and threatening to engage in violence.

On Friday afternoon, CBS affiliate KWTV-DT reported that she had been released from the Oklahoma County Detention Center. A $1,000 bond had previously been set for her.

Reports on the news station said she wore a mask and hoodie when she walked out of jail and that her boyfriend was the one making the accusations.