Sol Pais, was a South Florida teenager allegedly infatuated with the Columbine massacre
Quick Facts and Information on Sol Pais
|Birth Day||Under Review|
|Country||United States of America|
|Marital Status||Not married|
|Social Media||Under Review|
|Height||5 ft 5 inch|
|Real Name||Sol Pais|
|Net Worth||Still in school|
|School||Miami Beach High School|
The alleged threat came just four days before the 20th anniversary of the April 20, 1999 Columbine attack in which students murdered 12 students and one teacher at Columbine High. April 16 is the 12th anniversary of the Virginia Tech mass shooting, which occurred on April 16, 2007.
Sol Pais wouldn’t be the first female suspect accused of having an infatuation with the Columbine killers; for example, in 2018, Elizabeth “Bee” Ridge LeCron was accused of purchasing pipe bomb materials to attack a restaurant in Ohio. She allegedly made a drawing featuring the Columbine killers.
Her father is from Buenos Aires, gives guitar lessons, and is in an Argentinian band in South Florida.
Sol Pais and Columbine threat
According to authorities, Sol Pais traveled to Colorado on Monday night and made threats against Columbine High School. She was trying to buy firearms. The Colorado authorities revealed that they had received a potentially credible threat against Columbine and other schools. A short time later, they revealed they are looking for Sol Pais in connection with that threat.
Where was Sol Pais last seen?
The Sheriff’s Department through their facebook account posted her image asking the public if anyone had seen her.
“Have You Seen this Woman?”
The FBI Denver Division and Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office are asking for the public’s help regarding a potentially credible threat in the Denver metropolitan area related to the lockouts at Jeffco Public Schools today. Last night Sol Pais traveled to Colorado and made threats in the Denver metropolitan area. She is armed and considered to be extremely dangerous.
They also provided her description and the last place she was seen.
“She is a white female, 18 years old, approximately 5’5″ in height, with brown hair. She was last seen wearing a black t-shirt, camouflage pants, and black boots. She was last seen in the foothills of Jefferson County.”
The FBI Denver Division and Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office are asking the public to report if they have seen her, she was last seen wearing a black t-shirt, camouflage pants, and black boots. She was last seen in the foothills of Jefferson County.
Columbine High School Lockout
The threat prompted the Colorado Department of Education to tweet a recommendation that all area schools should go on alert.
The following school districts are on lockout and conducting a controlled release:
- Cherry Creek. (All after school activities cancelled.)
- Aurora Public Schools.
- Jeffco Schools. (“After-school activities, sports and practices will occur as scheduled EXCEPT for
- Columbine High School, where all such activities are canceled,” according to a post from the district.)
- Westminster Public Schools. (“Middle and innovation schools are under a controlled release, and there will be no bus service until updated information is released by law enforcement.”)
- Douglas County Schools.
- Adams 14 School District. (“At this time, students who normally walk home will not be allowed to walk home until further notice. All after-school activities will also remain on a lockout and modified accordingly,” the district said in a tweet.)
- Adams 12. (“All middle schools & BASE programs will release as scheduled. Transportation will run on as normal > no change for those who normally walk home. All outdoor practices and games at district High Schools have been canceled for today,” the district said.)
- Englewood Schools. (“The buses will run normal,” the district said.)
- Mapleton Public Schools — Adams County District 1. (“Students will be escorted to buses by adults. Adults will be near school front entrances to assist parents needing to pick up their children. Students that normally walk home will need to be picked up at their school. After school activities are also operating on a lockout, meaning students are to remain inside the building until the lockout is lifted.”)
According to Will Jones, Denver Public Schools spokesperson, one Denver school has been placed on lockout. He added that the district is not conducting additional lockouts and that all after-school activities are occurring indoors.
On 20th April 1999, two students who were armed with guns and bombs opened fire at Columbine High School, killing 15 people and wounding 28 others. The police neutralized 30 bombs and booby traps that had been left behind by the suspects.
The masked shooters first targeted specific victims, especially ethnic minorities and athletes, then randomly sprayed school hallways about 11:30 a.m. with bullets and shotgun blasts.
School hallways were booby-trapped with at least 12 bombs, some on timers. According to the police one suspect’s coat was laced with explosive devices, and undetonated pipe bombs were planted around bodies.
The shooters were identified as Eric Harris, 18, and Dylan Klebold, 17 who were part of an outcast group of a dozen or so suburban high school boys known as the Trench Coat Mafia who often wore dark trench coats and had German slogans and swastikas on their clothes.
Sol Pais Dead
“We can confirm that Sol Pais is deceased. We are grateful to everyone who submitted tips and to all our law enforcement partners for their efforts in keeping our community safe,” the FBI said on Twitter. The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office confirmed that Pais died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
The sheriff said the 18-year-old’s body was found “not terribly far” from Columbine.
Pais was found dead in Clear Creek County at the base of Mount Evans on April 17, Law enforcement sources told the news station that it is believed that Pais took an Uber to Echo Lake, near Mount Evans. She was found dead by suicide “several hundred feet past Echo Lake Lodge up Mount Evans Road near where the road is currently closed for the season,” CBS reports.