A woman threatened to kill an ex-boyfriend and his student, prompting additional security at a Texas school. Now, she faces a criminal charge.
On Aug. 17, police in Del Rio, Texas, met with a man who wanted to file a report against his ex-girlfriend.
The man said he had several threatening phone calls from the woman — later identified as Nicole Gonzalez, 32. The man said one call threatened to shoot him and his students, according to police.
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That caused additional police officers to respond to a Del Rio High School to ensure student safety, police said.
Gonzalez was arrested the next day and charged with false alarm or report, police said.
Officials added her threats against a school put people in fear of imminent serious bodily injury.
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