Police in Idaho have arrested a teenage boy for allegedly sending threatening messages claiming he would "kill all the girls" at his high school.
Highland High School was under lockdown on Wednesday after officials were shown posts on social media which featured disturbing text messages between two students.
According to reports, the suspect threatened to shoot up his school on Friday — claiming he would bring guns and murder his female classmates.
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Police arrested the 15-year-old student on Wednesday, after they were able to trace back the threats to his phone.
According to the messages, these violent threats came about because the "girls" refused to send the suspect nude photos:
After the suspect's friend urged him to "stop it," he continued to reveal his detailed plan of shooting up the school — even stating "I hope everyone has a will written."
So disturbing. Thankfully, the conversation was posted to Facebook, where it was reported to police. The teen is currently charged with threatening violence and telephone harassment.
Luckily, this troubled individual was brought to attention before anything bad happened. We hope he gets the proper help he needs.
[Image via Local News 8.]
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