Channel 2's Liz Artz learned the FBI, Homeland Security, the District Attorney's office and the New York Police Department assisted East Point, Ga., police with Ebony Dickens' arrest.
Dickens is accused of writing a Facebook post Monday using the name Tiffany Milan in which she called for "death to all white cops nationwide."
The Facebook post stated, "I condone black on white killings." It went on to say: "I've thought about shooting every white cop I see in the head." and "might kill at least 15 tomorrow. I'm plotting now."
The 33-year-old was given a $10,000 bond and banned from social media, reports WSBTV.
Dickens bonded out of the Fulton County Jail at 6:19 a.m. Thursday. Her next court date has not yet been announced. There, charges for disseminating information related to terrorist acts could be dropped or upgraded to a felony.