HOUSTON – A man is accused of stalking and threatening to kill a Harris County Precinct 4 deputy constable and eat his children, according to court records.
According to court records, the deputy constable's former neighbor, Jason Keith Walden, called him through the Facebook messenger app using three fake profiles named Alisha Will, Alisha Will and Gucci Man.
The deputy constable identified himself as a peace officer and asked Walden to stop calling him as it was threatening and harassing, according to court documents. Walden made more than 100 calls and left several threatening voicemails over the course of three days, according to court records. Walden made statements saying he was going to kill the deputy constable and eat his children, court records showed.
According to court records, a voicemail left by Walden on Nov. 18 using one of the fake profiles said the following:
"Mother(explicit), when you wake up in the morning, I'm going to be waiting around the corner, I'm going to kill you. I'm going to pull you over you little constable and I am going to drag you out of your car and I am going to smash your head on the concrete just because you're so ugly, okay? As you leave this morning, watch out, all the way on your way to work, better be careful okay? Say goodbye to your family. Bye bye."
The deputy constable recognized Walden's voice, and investigators were able to confirm with Facebook that Walden was behind the fake Facebook profiles through a subpoena, court records showed.
Walden, 45, is charged with stalking. He turned himself in to authorities on Sunday.
A judge set Walden's bond at $5,000.