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.
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
Police have thwarted what they called a 'catastrophic' plot by an expelled student to set off a bomb at his former high school. Jared Cano, 17, had threatened to plant a device at Freedom High School in north Tampa and discharge it ... Read Post