OKLAHOMA CITY — The mother of the Robb Elementary School shooter in Uvalde, Texas, has been charged with assault and battery, and threatening to perform an act of violence in Oklahoma, according to police booking details.

Reyes was held on a $1,000 bond at the Oklahoma County Detention Center until around 3:30 p.m. on Jan. 5, per Uvalde Leader-News.

Uvalde Leader-News reported that Adriana Martinez Reyes, 40, was taken into custody on Jan. 4 after threatening to kill a man. The Oklahoma City Police Department noted that when on scene, they witnessed Reyes screaming at the man and denying his claims. However, there was another individual present who backed up the man’s story.

The man told officers that Reyes frightened him and he was scared that she might kill him in his sleep, Uvalde Leader-News reported.

This wasn’t the first time police were called to the residence. Uvalde Leader-News said police to a domestic violence report on Jan. 1, in which the man and witness told them they had plans on getting a protection order against Reyes.