Girlfriend of Robb Elementary mass shooter jailed, accused of repeated threats to Uvalde community

The self-proclaimed girlfriend of the Robb Elementary School shooter is in federal custody after years of threats made against the Uvalde community, court records obtained by KSAT Investigates show.

Victoria Gabriela Rodriguez-Morales was arrested last week and is facing a charge of making threats using interstate communications.

Currently, Rodriguez-Morales, 19, is in federal custody at the Puerto Rico Metropolitan Detention Center.

KSAT Investigates obtained court documents that detail years of threats dating back to 2018.

According to an arrest affidavit, the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Secret Service have been investigating threats against public institutions, public officials, and private citizens of Uvalde from “operator(s) in Puerto Rico.”

It goes on to state the investigation identified the suspect as Rodriguez-Morales, who had been “previously investigated, since at least 2018, in Texas, for the same type of threats directed at Uvalde officials, citizens, and facilities.”

Read more: KSAT (San Antonio, TX)