Casa Grande boy arrested for threatening to shoot school
February 23, 2018
CASA GRANDE, Ariz. (AP) — A 14-year-old Casa Grande boy has been arrested for allegedly threatening to commit a shooting at school, making it the third arrest in a day in Arizona involving threats of violence or weapons.
Casa Grande police spokesman Thomas Anderson said Thursday the teen has been booked into a juvenile facility for threats and intimidation after telling classmates he would "shoot up the school."
Anderson says students informed school staff Wednesday. Police found no weapons on him or his property.
Pinal County prosecutors will review the case.
Also on Wednesday, Scottsdal...
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