Maradiaga arranged with police to surrender at the Carrollton City Jail late Tuesday morning, a Carrollton Police Department news release said.
"If you want to get the coronavirus and [expletive] die, call me", the teen said. However, they are taking her social media actions very seriously.
Maradiaga then posts a video of herself saying, "I'm here at Walmart about to infect every motherf***er because if I'm going down, all of you are going down with me".
Maradiaga was arraigned and her bond set at $20,000 before she was transferred to the Denton County Jail.
The Carrollton Police Department has identified the woman seen on social media claiming to be COVID-19 positive and willfully spreading it as 18-year-old Lorraine Maradiaga of Carrollton. "I'll meet you up and (cough, cough) and I will shorten your life".
A Texas teen is facing terrorism charges for allegedly threatening to spread COVID-19.
On Sunday, the police issued a statement saying that they do not have the certainty that Maradiaga is a threat as such, but they won't run the risk of her keeping her promise.
In one of her many videos, she appears to be at a COVID-19 drive-thru testing site in which a nurse is seen telling Lorraine she needs to go home as her test results are awaited.
The video later shows her in a vehicle as she coughs into the camera.