A 17 year old Whittier, Ca. High School student has been arrested after threatening to shoot up his school. The student previously faced disciplinary action at the school when he said he wanted a school administrator dead. In the recent incident security guard Marino Chavez reported the teenager to police after he overheard him saying that he was "going to shoot up the school sometime in the next three weeks." The sheriff said the boy's mother told police her son had issues but was not a threat. The boy said he was joking when he made the comment. Two AR-15's and nearly 90 high-capacity magazines and 2 handguns including one stored in a laundry hamper were discovered at the home of the boy. One of the AR's was registered to his brother. The other was unregistered. The 28 year old brother said he bought the weapons while in the military in Texas. He was arrested for felony possession of an unregistered rifle and for importing high capacity magazines as well as other violations.
If this had happened in my state of Missouri the brother would have to keep his stockpile in the home of the teen. California's stronger laws help prevent this from occurring.
Two AR-15's and nearly 90 high-capacity magazines
#1 | Posted by bored
So, how do you carry that many?
Joking about shooting up a school should result in gun confiscation, much like joking about bombing a plane will get you on a no fly list.
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