TAMPA, Fla. — A Riverview woman was arrested and charged Tuesday after allegedly making death threats against Gov. Ron DeSantis online.

The Florida Department of Law Enforcement reported the threats to the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office on Monday. The messages were received by Gov. DeSantis’ office on his state website.

The message was written by Danyele Callaway, 20, and contained a request for an immediate personal meeting and life-threatening statements, prompting staff to call authorities.

HCSO said Callaway has a history of interactions with law enforcement, including arrests for assault on public servants and other charges. Detectives said Callaway has also made previous threats against the governor.

HCSO Behavioral Resource Unit responded to Callaway’s home where she allegedly admitted to making threats online. She was arrested and is facing charges of written or electronic threats to kill or cause bodily harm.

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