Gainesville woman charged with sending death threats
BY JENNIFER CABRERA
GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Tiffany Denise Perry, 33, was arrested late last night and charged with sending a written threat to injure or kill.
The victim reportedly told a Gainesville Police Department officer that Perry had been sending her threatening messages on Snapchat for about four months; the victim said she thought Perry was sending her the messages because Perry thought she wanted to steal her boyfriend, but the victim said she had no intention of doing that.
The victim reportedly provided screenshots of messages to the officer that showed Perry saying she would shoot or kill the victim, along with a message saying Perry would be getting a pistol.
Post Miranda, Perry reportedly admitted that she and the victim had been in disputes over Snapchat and admitted that she had sent messages saying she would kill the victim if the victim came to her house.
Perry has one misdemeanor conviction and a juvenile history. She will be released on her own recognizance with a GPS monitor or held on $10,000 bail, depending on whether she is approved for the GPS monitor.
Articles about arrests are based on reports from law enforcement agencies. The charges listed are taken from the arrest report and/or court records and are only accusations. All suspects are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
Snitched on her damn self. Come on now. It’s common knowledge to not post anything online.
Sounds like a cat fight. MEOW.
“We like watching cat fights cause there’s always a chance they might kiss”…meow.
Would LOVE to see the piece of work over whom they’re squabblin’! 😄