Catrina Petite 18 Years Old High School Student Charged 19 Criminal Charges Of School Shooting Threat

Catrina Petite 18 Years Old High School Student Charged 19 Criminal Charges Of School Shooting Threat

On Saturday afternoon in Pompano Beach, a student from Broward County Public Schools was at the North Broward Bureau facing 19 criminal charges related to an alleged school shooting threat.

On Friday, Catrina Petite, 18, was arrested by police officers following accusations by detectives that she had used a student’s identity to access a school computer and commit a crime.

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The individual stated that they may perform the task at hand during the day, after school, or in between classes. According to the Coral Springs Police Department, Petit wrote in the message, “All I know is everyone must DIE.”

According to detectives, a student named Petit from J.P. Taravella High School in Coral Springs issued a warning about a potential tragedy at a school on Friday morning.

A threatening message rapidly spread across social media. False alarms were triggered at various schools in South Florida due to the lack of specificity regarding the location.

According to official records, Petit, a resident of Tamarac, was charged with three counts of written threats, a second-degree felony, as well as false report, another second-degree felony, and 15 counts of knowingly disrupting or interfering with the lawful administration or functions of an educational institution, a second-degree misdemeanor.

According to a statement released on Friday by BCPS spokeswoman Nadine Drew, making a school threat is considered a second-degree felony and can result in school disciplinary actions, including expulsion.

Authorities have urged the public to come forward with any information regarding the case by contacting Broward County Crime Stoppers at 954-493-8477. Detectives are actively seeking leads and tips to aid in their investigation.

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