Sol Pais, Subject Of Columbine Threat Manhunt, Captured Dead

Sources have confirmed that Sol Pais has been captured dead.

Denver, CO - A massive manhunt for a potential copycat Columbine shooter has ended with the suspect dead.

18-year-old Sol Pais was located after a SWAT team followed up on a tip for a naked woman with a gun running through the woods in Clear Creek County near the base of Mount Evans, according to CBS4.

Officers located Pais near the Echo Lake campground Wednesday morning. She is now dead.

Pais' cause of death has not been released.

Pais was reported to be "infatuated" with the Columbine School Shooting.

She purchased a shotgun and ammunition, then traveled from Miami to Colorado as the 20th anniversary of the Columbine shooting approaches on April 20.

She also made threats related to the schools, according to the Associated Press.

The details of the threats were not released except that they involved schools and are not specific to any particular school.

Over 1,000 area schools were closed Wednesday due to the threat.

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Branoli
Branoli

Just how do you "capture" a dead person? I'm sure she wasn't running away at the time of the "capture". But then I am probably just nitpicking.

bluerudithor
bluerudithor

Who put her up to it? Where there's one whacko, there must be another. Our children and grandchildren are not safe anywhere anymore; thanks to these sitting on their azzes judges and our whacked out justice system, who defends the perpetrator to the hilt, and lets them walk around free to commit more crimes!

391retired
391retired

That's what you get when you name your kid after a pain patch ... Salonpas

JBo
JBo

Suicide.

THEDUKE
THEDUKE

what a waste of life. First thing I think of is how did it get to this point?.....Was there no one in her family that recognized she needed help?