Colorado schools are on the edge Wednesday after a Miami woman "horrified" with the 1999 Columbine massacre threatened and traveled to Colorado, where she bought firearms earlier this week , according to the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office and the FBI.
Sol Pais, 18, who has a story about "making" comments, arrived in Colorado from Miami on Monday and bought a pump action shotgun and ammunition, the FBI told Tuesday night's journalists. The FBI's Miami office reportedly warned its Denver counterpart after learning about the potential threat.
The authorities said that Pais was last seen at the foot of Denver and remains largely. Jefferson County Sheriff's Office is currently running several agencies in a massive manhunt. Although no warranties for her arrest have been issued, the FBI said that district attorneys and the US law firm are discussing appropriate charges.
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FBI's task force Rocky Mountain Safe Streets issued a Tuesday announcement describing Pais as "spoiled with Columbine School Shooting." The warning said police coming in contact with her had to hold her and evaluate her mental health.
More than 20 schools – including Columbine – were set on thresholds Tuesday, which meant that classes were done as usual, but entrances and exits were severely restricted for almost three hours. Officials have not decided whether schools should be open Wednesday, the Denver Channel reported.
"We are sticking to that decision and not announcing now because it changes a minute," Stan Hilke from the Department of Public Security said.
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The authorities said that Pais has not designated a particular school but has a "betrayal" with Columbine and Columbine shooters. The threat comes just days before the massacre's 20th anniversary.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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