Lorraine Maradiaga Short Biography Wiki
Texas police announced on Sunday that they were looking for a woman Lorraine Maradiaga who said on Snapchat that she had a positive result for COVID-19 and that she “readily released it”.
#Carrollton Police Department searching for 18-year-old Lorraine Maradiaga — who is seen on several viral social media videos saying she has tested positive for and is willfully transmitting COVID-19. She faces a charge of terroristic threat. https://t.co/ZRZS2FWMiT
— DFW Breaking News (@BreakingNewsDFW) April 6, 2020
Lorraine Maradiaga Age
She is 18 years old.
Police said in a tweet Sunday that Lorraine Maradiaga claimed to test positive for COVID-19. https://t.co/h5EB5BuJiQ
— WFAA (@wfaa) April 6, 2020
Lorraine Maradiaga Charged with Terrorist Threat
Police identified the woman as 18-year-old Lorraine Maradiaga. She must be charged with a terrorist threat, according to the Texas Penal Code, 22.07.
“We have no confirmation that Maradiaga is really a threat to public health,” the department said on Facebook on Sunday. “However, we take your actions on social media very seriously.”
Fort Worth’s KXAS TV
According to Fort Worth’s KXAS-TV, the woman registered herself shopping in what she claimed to be a local Walmart.
“I’m here at Walmart about to infest all the bad words, because if I go down, all the bad words go down,” she said in the Snapchat video.
Police reached in Lorraine Maradiaga House
A police spokesperson told the police station that police came to his home on Sunday, but she was not there. The police added that their families were cooperating with them.
COVID19 confirmed Cases in Texas
Texas confirmed 7,294 COVID-19 cases and 140 deaths on Monday, according to data from Johns Hopkins.