Brice said, ‘There’s going to be things on there that looks like I’m being serious back with him.’”
Stone said he is preparing to seek a search warrant for the conversations through the website.
Johnson remained in the Parker County Jail Tuesday with bond set at $25,000.
According to the Austin-American Statesman last year, Texas law enforcement agencies have reported about 200 crimes yearly motivated by bias against a person’s race, ethnicity, sexual orientation or other identifier.
However, prosecutors have earned a total of 10 convictions under the state’s hate crime statute that was adopted by the Legislature in 2001, less than one a year.