A high school student has been charged after he was found with a journal where he outlined a 'Columbine-style' attack on his school. Sean Ivaldi, 18, was being held by police after jottings he made in his journal, including a points system for his kills, was discovered by a teacher.The system he had scribbled down awarded 20 points for killing a student, 30 points for teachers, and 60 points for a police officer during the rampage he had allegedly planned at his school in Stoughton, Massachusetts.
Criminal charges levied against a Florida honor student have been dropped, following an investigation and community plea to reinstate the girl’s exemplary reputation and permit her back into school where she belongs. Kiera Wilmot, 1... Read Post
Oklahoma police arrested a high school student on charges that he was plotting to carry out a shooting and bombing massacre at his school, the Tulsa World newspaper reported on Saturday. Sammie Eaglebear Chavez, 18, was arrested at ... Read Post