Woman arrested for sending death threats


Savannah Crawford, 24, was arrested last night and charged with two counts of sending written or electronic threats to kill.

According to the arrest report, an Alachua County Sheriff’s deputy responded to a report of death threats. Her investigation found that the victims had received text messages from Crawford saying things like “You don’t know how close I came to slitting your d— throat” and “But you heard what I said. I’ll kill you and that b—-. And you can tell her what I said.”

Crawford has been released on her own recognizance with the condition that she have no contact with the victims.

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