A 35-year-old registered sex offender remained in the McLennan County Jail on charges of terroristic threat after a bizarre incident back in September in a Waco parking lot.

Jake Neal Marker was taken to the jail after police obtained a warrant for his arrest after a woman told him he made violent threats toward her two under age daughters who were safely  locked inside her car at the time.

Police say the incident occurred in the H.E.B. parking lot on South Valley Mills Drive September 25th.

The woman told officers the man had first tried to get into another car, then stopped as a woman asked him what he was doing.

He then approached her car where her 13 and 14 year old daughters were sitting in the back seat.

The doors to the car were locked and she said he tried several times to pull them open, shouting obscenities and saying very sexually explicit things that he wanted to do with the young girls.

Police arrived on the scene and initially had him taken for evaluation under an emergency detention order.

Following that,  they obtained a warrant and took him into custody Tuesday and booked him into the McLennan County Jail.

Waco Police Department spokesman Patrick Swanton said he was a registered sex offender in connection with a 2016 case in College Station.

Despite his bond being set at only $1000 he remained in the jail on Wednesday.