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An Ohio woman who corresponded with Charleston, SC, church shooter Dylann Roof was accused Monday of planning to commit “an upscale mass murder” at a Toledo bar, according to reports.

Elizabeth Lecron, 23, one of two people arrested in terrorism-related cases, was charged with purchasing bomb-making materials that the FBI said she intended to use at the drinking joint, the Toledo Blade reported.

Toledo police received a tip about Lecron’s social media activity and alerted the Northwest Ohio Joint Terrorism Task Force, US Attorney Justin Herdman said Monday.

The article goes on to state the following:

A raid on her apartment uncovered pipe bomb materials, as well as a semi-automatic rifle and other guns, according to the Daily Beast.

Police also found her journal, in which she allegedly described a plan to commit “upscale mass murder.”

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