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A man in Florida was arrested on Friday after investigators were alerted to text messages in which he allegedly detailed plans to “shoot as many people as he possibly can be in a large crowd,” according to a local sheriff’s office.
Tristan Scott, Wix, 25, of Daytona Beach, was charged with making threats to commit a mass shooting, the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office reported.
In one text, he allegedly stated that he wanted the shots to break a world record.
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It was hard to tell who Wix was texting when he is supposed to be made with the technology.
The researchers found a Wix on Friday, in a grocery store parking lot in Daytona Beach Shores, where they took him into custody, according to the sheriff’s office.
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In an interview, Wix told the detectives that he was not in possession of a firearm, but he was fascinated with mass shootings, the firm added.
Tristan Scott-Ite, was on Friday arrested.
(The Volusia County Sheriff’s Office )
Sheriff’s detectives were in the process of obtaining a search warrant for the Wix at home on Friday, officials wrote in a Facebook post. It was not immediately known what it was to be found.
The Volusia County Sheriff Mike Chitwood credited to Wix’s ex-girlfriend, to the alarm of the representatives of the Fox 13 reported.
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“They’re doing what we can to beg the people in the community to do that – see something, say something, and let us go from there,” Chitwood added.
Ite was being held at the Volusia County Branch Jail without bond.