FBI: There's 'No Longer' a Threat to Denver Community

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Published on April 17, 2019 - Duration: 00:52s

FBI: There's 'No Longer' a Threat to Denver Community

Law enforcement officials say an 18-year-old who is "infatuated" with the Columbine mass shooting traveled to Colorado Monday.


FBI: There's 'No Longer' a Threat to Denver Community

After a massive manhunt in Colorado, the FBI's Denver office says there's  no longer a threat  to the community.  Here's what we know: The FBI's Denver office said 18-year-old Sol Pais  made "credible" threats  after traveling from Miami to Denver on Monday.

Local officials had described her as "infatuated" with the Columbine school shooting, although her threats weren't Columbine-specific.

The 20th anniversary of that shooting is April 20.  Authorities know she bought a weapon when she got to Colorado.

Because of that, the FBI said she was armed and dangerous — a credible threat to the community and its schools.  Newsy affiliate  KMGH reports  Pais was found dead Wednesday at the base of Mt.

Evans, which is southwest of Denver.

All Denver  public schools  and nearly 20 other local school districts had closed Wednesday due to the threats.

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