I think the chances are very strong that it is someone (who I will not attempt to guess) trying to scare the crap out of you.However, no one here is in a position to make declarative statements that you are unquestionably in the clear, either.
You'd do well to consider this a lesson learned, and henceforth do all of your thinking with the big head, because if you leave the little one in charge, you may end up in jail.
if anything im guilty of being a good person who believed a liar if her dad had submitted my info to the police how long before i would know if he truly did or he was just trying to scare me? If I were you in this situation, I would take the tack that you have been carrying on legitimate conversations with an unstable person, and then you got a text message from an unknown person threatening to kill you.
she is in another state and i have never met her I can't answer that question, but I will say this: I assume any 'girl' wanting to suddenly chat with me on the internet is really a guy. I would take a photo of the text message, take the photo to the local police station, and ask them how to deal with it. Pro Tip: NEVER ENGAGE IN SEX TALK ON THE INTERNET WITH TOTAL STRANGERS.
Besides which, we don't know which end of the conversation was in which state. What if that's where the girl is and our poster is in CO?
i really dont see how they can charge innocent good people with crap, if i go on and i specifically look for 18 and they say they are 18 what are u supposed to do get a ssn and run a back ground check?