ISIS-loving teen tries to bomb own high school

ISIS-loving teen tries to bomb own high school

A 19-year-old Roseville man was arrested Monday in connection with threats made against an Adelante High School student, Roseville police said.

"After examining the device, bomb squad members indicted that if it had detonated, the device had the potential to cause significant injury or death", police added.

The suspect, who remained in custody today, was charged with the manufacture, possession, sale, use or attempted use of a weapon of mass destruction, Thombley, the St. George Police Department spokeswoman, said.

After obtaining a search warrant, police found materials in the teen's home matching those found in the bomb.

A male student who attends a class at Pine View was identified as the suspect. "Our student was not involved and I understand the police are confident that their tech people will soon know who sent the email".

Chief Dave Riviere released few details and declined to describe the specific nature of the treats or say how it was discovered by police.

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Just days later on February 21, Carlos Garcia Aguilar, 29, of Winton, was arrested after he threatened to open fire at a school, the Merced County Sheriff's Office reported.

Officers investigated the shooting and said they don't believe it was related to the school.

Alert student noticed smoking backpack at high school in Utah; William La Jeunesse reports from Los Angeles. The campus was evacuated and police managed to disarm an explosive device inside the backpack without setting it off.

Brandt-Campagna advised the school community that students should secure their personal information to prevent identity theft.

Investigation of the incident determined no students or staffers were in immediate danger. Police said he did not make threats against the school, student or staff. That teen was also arrested Tuesday. "Another parent that works with me said her daughter called her and said the school was on lockdown".