Gunman Allegedly Wanted To Fulfill 'Prophecy' at Texas Church: Report

A man carrying a loaded gun was arrested in Seguin, Texas on Sunday after allegedly telling an off-duty cop that he was en route to a church to “fulfill what he called a prophecy,” ABC affiliate KSAT reported. The man, 33-year-old Tony Albert, was arrested on charges marijuana possession, and possession of a firearm as a felon. A witness reported spotting a man with a gun on the street about 7 a.m. An off-duty officer, who was the first to respond, claimed Albert was “wearing tactical-style clothing, a surgical face shield, carrying a loaded firearm and extra ammunition.” Albert allegedly told police that “he was on his way to an unknown church to fulfill a prophecy,” per KSAT. “The Seguin Police Department is extremely grateful to the citizen who called police,” police spokeswoman Tanya Brown reportedly said. “If this subject was not stopped and apprehended the results could have ended differently.”