1. Texas Teen Arrested After Posting Videos Claiming to Be Spreading COVID-19  Newsweek
  2. Texas teen accused of threatening to spread coronavirus is charged  Yahoo News
  3. A Texas woman was arrested for threatening to spread coronavirus, police say  CNN
  4. First Texas prisoner has died after testing positive for the new coronavirus  KEYE TV CBS Austin
  5. Texas teen who boasted about spreading coronavirus arrested  New York Daily News
  6. View Full Coverage on Google News

Around the world, cities, towns and countries are on lockdown to stop the spread of coronavirus. In some cases, it’s leading to very strange behaviour.  The latest is a teenage girl who was arrested in Texas after posting videos on Snapchat where she said she would "intentionally spread coronavirus".Around the world, cities, towns and countries are on lockdown to stop the spread of coronavirus. In some cases, it’s leading to very strange behaviour.  The latest is a teenage girl who was arrested

Coronavirus: Teenage girl arrested for Snapchat posts about spreading disease in Walmart | indy100

The men had been playing cricket despite the rules on social distancingThe men had been playing cricket despite the rules on social distancing

London coronavirus: Extraordinary footage shows cricketers fleeing as police catch them playing in Edgware park - MyLondon

Lorraine Maradiaga, 18, was arrested and charged with making terroristic threats Tuesday after the incident where she threatened to 'shorten your life', police confirmed.Lorraine Maradiaga, 18, was arrested and charged with making terroristic threats Tuesday after the incident where she threatened to 'shorten your life', police confirmed.

Texas teen is arrested on TERRORISM charges after she posted video threatening to spread coronavirus | Daily Mail Online

“We have identified the woman seen on social media claiming to be COVID-19 positive as 18-year-old Lorraine Maradiaga and are charging her with Terroristic Threat, Texas Penal Code 22.07. We have not located her yet. Tips: (972) 466-3333 or CrimeTips@CityofCarrollton.com.”

Carrollton TX Police on Twitter: "We have identified the woman seen on social media claiming to be COVID-19 positive as 18-year-old Lorraine Maradiaga and are charging her with Terroristic Threat, Texas Penal Code 22.07. We have not located her yet. Tips: (972) 466-3333 or CrimeTips@CityofCarrollton.com.… https://t.co/ERkEyEX61S"

“News Release:”

Carrollton TX Police on Twitter: "News Release:… "

“This morning, police in Texas are investigating a teenager’s claims that she has coronavirus and plans to infect others: https://t.co/GveWa4wKH1”

Mel Orlins on Twitter: "This morning, police in Texas are investigating a teenager’s claims that she has coronavirus and plans to infect others: https://t.co/GveWa4wKH1"

“Texas woman, 18, arrested after threatening to spread coronavirus, police say https://t.co/ZtcafCKpBN”

Matthew Alvarez on Twitter: "Texas woman, 18, arrested after threatening to spread coronavirus, police say https://t.co/ZtcafCKpBN"

The 72-year-old from TDCJ's Telford Unit died one day after the agency reported the death of a correctional officer.Bartolo Infante, 72, from TDCJ's Telford Unit died one day after the agency reported the death of a correctional officer.

Texas prisoner dies after testing positive for coronavirus | khou.com

A police department in Texas is searching for a woman who allegedly claimed to be spreading COVID-19 on purpose.

'Terroristic threat': Police arrest Texas woman who claimed on Snapchat to be spreading COVID-19 - Houston Chronicle

Lorraine Maradiaga, 18, went to a coronavirus testing site before allegedly deliberately coughing inside Walmart and threatening to infect people with the killer bug Lorraine Maradiaga, 18, went to a coronavirus testing site before allegedly deliberately coughing inside Walmart and threatening to infect people with the killer bug

Teenager 'threatens to spread coronavirus' on Snapchat as police launch hunt - Daily Star

Lorraine Maradiaga, 18, was arrested on Tuesday in Carrollton, Texas after she was identified in a series of disturbing videos posted to Snapchat on Sunday. In the clips, Maradiaga appears to go to a drive through coronavirus testing site before vowing to spread the virus.‘I’m here at Walmart about to infest every m*********er, because if I’m going down, all you m********s are going down,’ she said.

Teen who threatened to purposely spread coronavirus arrested for terrorism | Metro News

"I have corona, b**ch, and I'm spreading it around," prosecutors in court papers quoted him as saying."I have corona, b**ch, and I'm spreading it around," prosecutors in court papers quoted him as saying.

Florida man charged with spitting on police, claiming he has coronavirus - The Jerusalem Post

An 18-year-old woman who boasted on Snapchat over the weekend that she was intentionally spreading coronavirus in Texas surrendered to police on Tuesday, authorities said. Lorraine Maradiaga, who claimed in one of the videos that she was about to “infest every motherf----r" at a local Walmart, was charged with making a terroristic threat, which is a third-degree felony in the state.An 18-year-old woman who boasted on Snapchat over the weekend that she was intentionally spreading coronavirus in Texas surrendered to police on Tuesday, authorities said. Lorraine Maradiaga, who claimed in one of the videos that she was about to “infest every motherf----r" at a local Walmart, was charged with making a terroristic threat, which is a third-degree felony in the state.

Texas teen who boasted about spreading coronavirus arrested - New York Daily News

Prosecutors charge Florida man with 'biological weapons hoax' over coronavirus threatsAs officers tried to restrain him, he told a female officer, "I have corona, b----, and I'm spreading it around," according to court documents.

Police are trying to located a teenage girl who has said she tested positive for coronavirus and then claimed she would spread the virus. Authorities in Texas revealed they have identified her as 18-year-old Lorraine Maradiaga, after she posted a video on social media.Police are trying to located a teenage girl who has said she tested positive for coronavirus and then claimed she would spread the virus. Authorities in Texas revealed they have identified her as 18-year-old Lorraine Maradiaga, after she posted a video on social media.

Police searching for teenage girl who filmed herself threatening to 'spread coronavirus' | That's Life! Magazine

'I'm here at Walmart about to infest every motherf------'

Texas Teen Faces Terrorism Charges After Threatening To Spread Coronavirus - The Daily Caller

Authorities in Texas are asking for public help in locating a teenage girl who made claims on social ...Authorities in Texas are asking for public help in locating a teenage girl who made claims on social ...

Texas Teen Charged With Terrorist Threat After Claiming She Is Planning to ‘Willfully Spread’ COVID-19

James Jamal Curry, age 31 of St. Petersburg, is facing numerous local and federal charges related to his arrest on March 27th and March 28. St. Petersburg Police responded to a home in St. Petersburg after receiving a message from the victim’s friend at approximately 9:55 p.m. on March 27, 2020. The victim texted her […]

St. Petersburg Man Who Threatened To Spread Covid-19 Virus By Spitting And Coughing On Police Officers Charged With Biological Weapons Hoax - IONTB

Police have arrested Lorraine Maradiaga, 18, who claimed to have the coronavirus and appeared in a Snapchat video allegedly infecting consumers at a local Walmart.Police have arrested Lorraine Maradiaga, 18, who claimed to have the coronavirus and appeared in a Snapchat video allegedly infecting consumers at a local Walmart.

Teen Arrested After Sharing Snapchat Falsely ‘Spreading’ Coronavirus At Walmart – CBS Dallas / Fort Worth

wish list