Police tn police arrest sixth graders who planned to arrange a mass shooting at his school

Police have arrested and charged two students from Crossville, Tennessee. As it turned out, the teenagers wanted to bring a weapon to school and open fire on other students and teachers.

The investigation of the alleged conspiracy started after the security guard school South Cumberland Elementary School heard a talk about «the list of potential victims» among students who are injured during a shooting at the school.

The police’s statement of Crossville, Sheriff’s office and schools Cumberland County emphasizes that this list is not found, but police found a hand-drawn map of the school, as well as proof of collusion two students who were planning to bring weapons and conceal it in the locker room. On the last day of classes, they were about to enter through the back door and open fire on the students, and then to commit suicide before coming law enforcement.

The Teens, whose names were not disclosed, have repeatedly discussed their plans for the last two weeks. They were arrested last week. They were charged with conspiring to commit murder.

County Sheriff Casey Cox said: «We take very seriously the threats against students and schools, and we respond immediately to such incidents».

It is also reported that other students in the conspiracy was not involved.