Published: Sat, February 17, 2018
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

Grandmother foils grandson's school shooting plot

Grandmother foils grandson's school shooting plot

An 18-year-old Everett high school student was arrested after his grandmother called police to report what she believed to be "upcoming and credible threats" of a school shooting.

Court documents say the 18-year-old had a semi-automatic rifle hidden in a guitar case, bomb making equipment and "detailed plans to shoot people at Aces High School" where he was a student. His journal entries included details on how to make pressure-cooker bombs, activate inert grenades and deploy explosives for maximum casualties.

"I've been reviewing many mass shootings/bombings (and attempted bombings)", he added, according to the court documents.

"I'm preparing myself for the school shooting", O'Connor reportedly wrote in the journal, according to the Daily Herald. I can't wait to walk into that class and blow all those f***** a href="" *the shooting one day later at a high school in Florida. He also expressed his hopes to ensure the death count would be as high as possible in order to make the shooting infamous.

A journal, an assault rifle and grenades were found in the student's bedroom.

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Meanwhile, Andy Muntz, spokesman for the Mukilteo School District, released a public statement thanking the grandmother for her assistance in stopping the incident from happening.

"The best defense against this kind of thing - the school shooting - is that if you hear something or see something, tell authorities". That's what she did.

Meanwhile, one courageous grandmother in Washington, who saw alarming signs this week that her grandson was about to conduct his own high-school killing spree, acted quickly and likely saved many innocent lives.

Detectives continue investigating the events surrounding the February 13 arrest of 18-year-old Joshua O'Connor in Everett, for attempted murder charges. "I'm sure the decision was hard to make, but fortunately, it was the correct one". "I'm sure the decision was hard to make, but fortunately, it was the correct one". Police said he was carrying a knife and marijuana. An officer was waiting for O'Connor then, ready to arrest him.

In the course of searching O'Connor's home, detectives said the found evidence linking the student to a robbery at the AM-PM mini-mart Monday night.

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O'Connor was also in possession of empty hand grenades he allegedly planned to fill with gun powder. She said the "musings and ventings" in O'Connor's journal weren't enough evidence to support a charge of attempted murder.

O'Connor was booked into Snohomish County Jail.

The suspect made his first appearance in court Wednesday and is being held on $5 million bail.

"It is critically important for community members, to include students and parents, to remain observant and immediately report odd or suspicious behaviors with our children or with fellow students", Templeman said.

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