Monday, September 22, 2008
SCHOOL TERRORISM AVERTED
Two teenage boys arrested Friday and accused of threatening to launch a Columbine-style attack at St. Martin de Porres Catholic High School will be arraigned at 10 a.m. today in Cuyahoga County Juvenile Court.
Authorities said the boys, both 16, had planned the attack to coincide with the anniversary of the Oct. 10 SuccessTech Academy shootings.
They have been charged with inducing panic. One boy was also charged with possession of criminal tools after police searched the boy's West Side home and found 24 bottles with cloth wicks that might have been the makings of crude bombs, said Lt. Thomas Stacho, a Cleveland police spokesman.
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It appears the boys were not enrolled in the school.