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Police in Texas are asking people to help them track down a young woman who claims to have COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus, and is “willingly spreading” it. Police will charge her with “terroristic threat.”
On Sunday, Carrollton Police Department identified Lorraine Maradiaga, 18, as the person who posted a series of worrisome and bizarre videos on Snapchat over the weekend.
In one of these videos, Maradiaga is seen filming herself at what she says is a Walmart and issues a strange threat to the camera, KXAS, a local news station in Dallas-Fort Worth, reported.
“I’m here at Walmart about to infest every (expletive), because if I’m going down, all you (expletive) are going down,” she said, per the station.
In another video seen by KXAS, the woman appears to be sitting in a car at a coronavirus drive-through testing site. A nurse can be heard telling the person driving the car to go home and wait for the test results.
We have no confirmation Maradiaga is actually a threat to public health. We are, however, taking her social media actions very seriously.— Carrollton TX Police (@CarrolltonTXPD) April 5, 2020
ew this girl think she’s bad or something. she deadass has corona and refuses to stay in quarantine. this is so the most selfish thing i’ve seen ????— samantha ???? (@saman4ha) April 4, 2020
(she lives in the carrollton/ farmers branch area) so y’all be careful and if y’all see her throw a brick at her for me???? pic.twitter.com/V24MMAboRt
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