(Image source: Latino Times)

BY LOGAN TITTLE

Sammie Chavez, an 18-year-old Oklahoma high school student has been arrested for reportedly plotting to bomb and shoot students the same day of the Connecticut school shooting.

“Court documents show he sat in the cafeteria of Bartlesville High on Wednesday and tried to recruit people to help him lure students into the auditorium and then open fire.”
(KWTV)

The document also explains Chavez planned to place bombs at the doors of the auditorium and set them off when police arrived. KTUL reports when some of the students heard about Chavez’s horrific plans, they told school officials.
ww.ktul.com

“I think the education that we are giving our kids really allowed them to feel comfortable going forward and kind of speaking out on that matter.”

School district officials say students were never in any danger.

KJRH reports authorities opened an investigation Thursday in which they found students had witnessed Chavez “...researching the Columbine High School massacre … they also saw him looking at a website on how to build pipe bombs.”

Chavez was taken into custody early Friday morning. The investigation is ongoing, and the Associated Press reports he’s being held on $1 million bond.

Oklahoma Teen Plotted Bombing, School Shooting

by Logan Tittle
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Dec 15, 2012

Oklahoma Teen Plotted Bombing, School Shooting

(Image source: Latino Times)

BY LOGAN TITTLE

Sammie Chavez, an 18-year-old Oklahoma high school student has been arrested for reportedly plotting to bomb and shoot students the same day of the Connecticut school shooting.

“Court documents show he sat in the cafeteria of Bartlesville High on Wednesday and tried to recruit people to help him lure students into the auditorium and then open fire.”
(KWTV)

The document also explains Chavez planned to place bombs at the doors of the auditorium and set them off when police arrived. KTUL reports when some of the students heard about Chavez’s horrific plans, they told school officials.
ww.ktul.com

“I think the education that we are giving our kids really allowed them to feel comfortable going forward and kind of speaking out on that matter.”

School district officials say students were never in any danger.

KJRH reports authorities opened an investigation Thursday in which they found students had witnessed Chavez “...researching the Columbine High School massacre … they also saw him looking at a website on how to build pipe bombs.”

Chavez was taken into custody early Friday morning. The investigation is ongoing, and the Associated Press reports he’s being held on $1 million bond.

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