Police: 2 Southern California Teens Planned School Masacre

Two California teens were arrested Monday after cops foiled their plans to shoot up South Pasadena High School. The deranged students targeted three staff members and planned to kill as many students as possible in the bloody massacre, South Pasadena police said Monday evening. “Detectives served warrants at each of the suspect’s homes,” officials said in a news release. “Enough evidence was discovered, and based on that evidence the suspects were arrested at their homes.”
Cops arrested one student at home without issue, while the other suspect “tried to run away from the arresting officers,” police said. The twisted plot was uncovered by school officials, who called police. The boys were under constant surveillance since Thursday. They had yet to acquire guns but had plans to get them, police said. They had researched rifles, handguns, submachine guns, bombs and propane explosives, police told the Whittier Daily News.

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