Adriana Martinez Reyes, mother of the Robb Elementary School shooter, was arrested in Oklahoma on Jan. 4 on charges of assault and battery, and threatening to perform an act of violence.
Oklahoma City Police made the arrest shortly before noon, and she is being held on a $1,000 bond at the Oklahoma County Detention Center. She remained in jail as of 3:30 p.m. on Jan. 5.
Shortly before 10 a.m. on Jan. 4, police were dispatched to a residence, where a caller reported Reyes was threatening to kill a man.
There, the man told officers he is terrified of Reyes and was afraid she might kill him in his sleep.
According to the police report, Reyes yelled at the man in front of officers. She denied making threats, but a witness corroborated the man’s claims and police made the arrest.
Police reported they were previously called to the home on Jan. 1 for a report of domestic violence. The man and the witness told police they planned to get a protection order against Reyes.
Reyes, 40, lists her residence as Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, on her Facebook profile.
Uvalde Police last arrested Reyes on June 21, 2022, on charges of criminal trespass and a warrant for driving with an invalid license.
When leaving the Uvalde County Jail in July, victims’ family members confronted her near the Uvalde County Fairplex. Telemundo filmed Reyes shouting back, “You have no right to judge my son. No, you don’t! No, you don’t. May God forgive y’all,” after family members yelled at her for being the “mother of a murderer,” and asked what might have led her son to attack the elementary school.
Law enforcement escorted Reyes from the scene.
In a pinned post made Nov. 21 on Facebook she said, “Through everything that has happened I won’t ever stop living life. They ask me what’s your weakness I answer I don’t have any ….. God will never give us something we can’t handle.”
The day before her arrest this week in Oklahoma, she posted she would not allow shady people near her.