UPDATE: Device involved in Ganado phone threat registered outside of Garland

Authorities continue to investigate the incident

GANADO, Texas – The Ganado Police Department continues to investigate the incident as of Thursday morning.

Minutes after the incident, the district attorney’s office quickly issued a subpoena for information.

YK Communications, a local telephone company, and its general manager, Bill Rakowitz, quickly worked to track the call. The Ganado Police Department worked with AT&T to trace the call. They tracked the call to a device registered in Garland, Texas, and that device was used to call several churches in Ganado on Thursday morning.

Other law enforcement agencies remained in Ganado, Texas as a precaution around the Catholic Church and Ganado ISD schools.

The Jackson County Sheriff’s Office thanked all agencies involved and gave special thanks to Victoria County Sheriff Justin Marr for organizing a team for the deployment. Authorities continue to investigate the incident and will provide updates.

The Jackson County Sheriff’s Office provided the above information.

You can read previous stories about this incident below:

UPDATE: Ganado ISD lockdown has been released

Officials Investigate Threats Made to Catholic Church Staff Member


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