Salvador Ramos 19 students 2 teachers Kimberly Mata-Rubio : “Ex-Girlfriend of Robb Elementary Shooter Arrested for Threats to Uvalde Community”

Death – Obituary – Accident and Crime News : UVALDE, Texas (ValleyCentral) — Authorities have apprehended Victoria Gabriela Rodriguez-Morales, the self-proclaimed ex-girlfriend of the Robb Elementary mass shooter, on charges of making continuous threats to the Uvalde community. Rodriguez-Morales was arrested on Tuesday and is now facing 13 counts of threatening interstate communications, according to federal records.

The investigation into Rodriguez-Morales began in 2020 when the FBI and U.S. Secret Service started looking into a series of violent threats directed at public institutions, officials, and citizens of Uvalde. The suspect, a young female resident of Puerto Rico, was identified as Rodriguez-Morales. Interestingly, she had been previously investigated in Texas in 2018 for similar types of threats.

During her time in Uvalde, Rodriguez-Morales was placed in the custody of a juvenile center. However, she continued to send threatening emails, expressing her desire to kill public officials, shoot schools, and harm teachers. Eventually, as a condition of her release from juvenile supervision, Rodriguez-Morales and her family relocated to Puerto Rico.

The threats made by Rodriguez-Morales often referenced the shooting at Robb Elementary, where gunman Salvador Ramos killed 19 students and two teachers. It was discovered that she operated the Instagram account Pilon_Gaby, which contained a comment stating that she and Ramos had planned the massacre together.

One of her targets was Kimberly Mata-Rubio, a mother who lost her daughter in the Uvalde shooting. Rodriguez-Morales sent a threat to a Uvalde CISD account, stating that she would kill Mata-Rubio if she won the mayoral election.

The investigation revealed that Rodriguez-Morales used various platforms, including Gmail, Instagram, Facebook, and Kick, to make violent threats and reference Ramos as her ex-boyfriend. At least one of her threats resulted in the temporary closure of a school in Texas.

U.S. Attorney Muldrow emphasized that the U.S. Attorney’s Office has no tolerance for such illegal threats, especially those targeting victims of mass shootings. The arrest of Rodriguez-Morales is hoped to bring a sense of peace to those affected by her actions.

Rodriguez-Morales is scheduled for a detention hearing on Friday morning. If convicted, she could face up to five years in prison for each of the 13 counts. The authorities are committed to ensuring the safety and well-being of the Uvalde community by taking swift action against individuals who engage in such threatening behavior.

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