Teen’s Planned Mass Shooting Foiled, Minnesota Police say

Seven firearms, ammunition and three functional bombs recovered  A Minnesota teenager who idolized a gunman from a Colorado high school massacre was charged Thursday with planning to kill his parents and sister and then kill students and staff at his school, authorities said. Police officials discuss the arrest at a press conference The 17-year-old suspect from the city of Waseca was reported to have told police Tuesday that he had ammunition, guns and bombs in his bedroom and provided a key to his gun safe to officers. Police recovered seven firearms, ammunition and three functional bombs from the boy’s home, along with black clothing and a ski mask, KARE-TV reported. He was charged in juvenile court with four counts of attempted first degree murder, two counts of first degree attempted criminal damage to property and six counts of possession of an explosive or incendiary device by a person under age...

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