2 Students Arrested for Planning High School Bombing

MORGAN HILL, Calif. Police arrested two teenage boys who were plotting to blow up Sobrato High School.

According to the police, the two freshmen, ages 14 and 15, wanted to plant explosives around their suburban school. They had been planning the attack for about a month when they were arrested for criminal conspiracy Dec. 15.

A school police officer learned of the plan when another student heard the two boys’ conversations. The officer removed the suspects from class and interviewed them about their plans. The boys’ lockers were also searched and undisclosed evidence was seized.

According to officials, both suspects felt alienated from their peers.

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