Pittsburg county investigators say they found an AK-47 with several magazines as well as a 12 gauge shotgun along with ammo inside the bedroom of 18-year-old Alexis Wilson.
According to court documents, a co-worker told investigators Wilson had been talking about guns and showing off her newly purchased AK-47 while at work.
The coworker claims Wilson said that "she had thought about killing 400 people".
The co-worker told investigators she "didn't think Alexis was all there" and wasn't sure if she'd actually hurt people.
Court documents state Wilson told investigators "the comment wasn't meant that way" but could not explain why she said it.
The documents also reveal Wilson told deputies she'd had issues with being bullied in school-- but told them-- she never let it bother her.
Investigators say school officials told them Wilson had previously been suspended for "bringing a knife to school"
On another occasion, she was "suspended for having swastikas on her personal belongings".
Deputies spoke with Wilson's mother who said she didn't think anything of her daughter having guns because she had "always shot firearms and hunted".
Investigators took Wilson's phone for evidence and found messages entailing violence and references to mass shootings.
the probably cause affidavit says investigators found multiple messages on Wilson's phone related to the columbine shooting.
The documents show Wilson stated in messages to friends that she had cut her hair like one of the Columbine shooters, Dylan Klebold.
It also shows Wilson messaged people numerous times about "if her phone was ever found, that they would say how they discovered she would be the next mass shooter."
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