This kind of stuff happens when you listen to MSNBC too much:
Federal agents arrested a 48-year-old Pasco County woman in connection to a threat that locked down Broward County schools earlier this month and prompted a top aide to step down from a congressman-elect's office.
Ellisa Martinez of New Port Richey surrendered late Tuesday to FBI agents near Los Angeles. She is accused of sending an e-mail on Nov. 10 to South Florida conservative radio talk show host Joyce Kaufman, who was tapped to be U.S. Rep.-elect Allen West's chief of staff.
The e-mail praised Kaufman for encouraging people to "exercise our Second Amendment rights" and said "something big" would happen at a government building in Broward County, maybe a school.
"We'll end this year of 2010 in a blaze of glory for sure," the e-mail said, according to federal investigators.
The following morning, a woman called the radio station, WFTL 850 AM in South Florida, and reported her husband had sent the threatening e-mail. The woman added that her husband was going to a school in Pembroke Pines to carry out a shooting and asked the station to broadcast a plea to her husband to not do it.