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Police: Seminole women made death threats on Facebook


Published:   |   Updated: January 7, 2014 at 09:06 PM

INDIAN SHORES — Two Seminole women were arrested after they were accused of making death threats to another woman on Facebook, according to Indian Shores police.

Valerie Rose Dolernzo, 19, of 8838 Tami St., and Sabrina Rose Perrone, 22, of 8312 138th St. N., were each charged Monday with making written threats of bodily harm or death.

After making the threats, the pair drove to the victim’s house in the 18200 block of Gulf Boulevard and continued to send threatening messages, daring the victim to come outside, according to arrest affidavits. Police arrested them soon after about a block away.

Perrone and Dolernzo were both being held at the Pinellas County Jail Tuesday on $10,150 bail. In addition to the threat charge, each was accused of possessing drug paraphernalia. Each woman had a marijuana pipe in her purse when they were pulled over by police.

The affidavits say the two were under the influence of drugs at the time the threats were made.

Dolernzo told authorities the 19-year-old victim had blocked her on Facebook, so she threatened the victim using Perrone’s Facebook account, the affidavits say. She told the victim she was going to put a bullet in her head, and included four pictures of a pistol with the message, affidavits say.

Perrone posted threats as well, the affidavits say. Among them were: “You want to die don’t you” and “Ima show you murder,” the affidavits say. She also threatened to drag the victim out of her house in front of her mother and father.

It was unclear from the affidavits why the two suspects were angry with the victim.

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