Texas police searching for teen who threatened to spread coronavirus 04/06/2020 10:19 am PDT Comments Carrollton Police / Twitter @CarrolltonTXPD via KDAF: CARROLLTON, Texas (KDAF) -- Police in Texas are investigating a teenager's claims that she has coronavirus and plans to infect others. According to Carrollton Police, the 18-year-old, later identified as Lorraine Maradiaga, went on social media and said she tested positive for COVID-19 and is “willfully spreading it.” Police will charge Maradiaga with making a terroristic threat. “We have no confirmation Maradiaga is actually a threat to public health. We are, however, taking her social media actions very seriously,” police said on Twitter. TRUE CRIME DAILY: Coronavirus-related crime coverage - TCD The Snapchat video circulating on social media shows the woman going to what appears to be a drive-thru testing site, KXAS reports. MORE: Carrollton Police Search for Woman Threatening, in Video, to Spread COVID-19 - KXAS Carrollton Police searching for teen who claims she will spread coronavirus - KDAF #Coronavirus #CriminalThreat #Dallas #KDAF #SocialMedia #Terrorism #Texas #Threats Related Stories Police break up 47-person 'corona party' at New Jersey apartment Man charged after telling cops he had coronavirus to avoid arrest Coronavirus 'prank' suspect arrested, after $35K in groceries tossed Doc charged for allegedly intentionally coughing on hospital workers Man charged after allegedly coughing on Dollar Store customers Church defying stay-at-home order receives county notice Man charged for refusing to leave party during quarantine Coronavirus patient in house arrest for violating 'stay-at-home' order Waiting for your permission to load facebook comments.