Police Arrest Teen in Online School-Shooting Threat


A 15-year-old boy has been arrested by police in Southern California in connection with an online school-shooting threat after alleged threats to shoot students at area schools. The online post included pictures a sign of his high school in Valencia, dead bodies and guns. Lt. Brenda Cambra said that the sign was for a school in another state with the same name. Police took the threats seriously and acted quickly to track the teen down. One of the posts indicated that Valencia High School was going to be the first to be shot up. The posts have been removed and the teen suspect is being questioned.

By Amy Gilmore


ABC News

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