Police Arrest 13-Year-Old for School Hit List

NORWALK, Ohio

A 13-year-old Ohio boy has been arrested for allegedly making threats against teachers and classmates. The boy, who had two rifles and 400 rounds of ammunition, had a school hit list, according to reports.

Authorities say officers investigating a missing person report filed by the boy’s parents found a journal with the names of 33 classmates and teachers at Norwalk Catholic School who were indirectly threatened, reported the Associated Press.

The boy was arrested on May 13 after a daylong nationwide search.

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