Sheriff: Killing spree foiled plot in Louisiana - Forbes

COVINGTON, La. - Authorities in suburban New Orleans Friday said she discovered a plot of three young people for "an unbelievable and devastating" assault on their high school during the first day of classes, plans for two specific objectives, indiscriminate shooting and suicide.

Sheriff Jack strain in a Conference said the 15-year-old young, that self-designation day zero, identified a student and faculty member whom they kill wanted, with reporters Friday. They planned to also indiscriminate shooting, as well as any sheriff's deputies or other officers, who saw it, burning and take their weapons, a spokesman said Captain George Bonnett, the Sheriff.

"How many other cases similar to fully determine this episode with the capture of her life end like this," said the Sheriff.

Schools begin Monday in St. Tammany Parish. Schools Superintendent Trey Folse said other students of the lakeshore of high school school officials said about the plan on 17 July, and the officials immediately notified him and the sheriff's Office.

"These children... planned to carry out an unbelievable and devastating attack on a school." For me, the bigger story is that Office worked with school authorities, to ensure that this not the case, "said burden."

Talk about principals at least once a week with sheriff's Office supervisors and Folse talks at least once a week with him, burden said.

Security reinforced after the tragedy at the Columbine High school near the city of Denver, Colorado, 1999 most schools where two students killed 13 people and himself shot.

The three teenage suspects were being held at a juvenile detention center on charges of conspiracy to commit terrorism and other charges were possible, the sheriff said. Keep convinced on the conspiracy charge was in prison until they turn 21, said Bonnett.

"she made no attempt to deny their involvement with the plan and allowed their intentions", police in a press release said. "All three were cooperative with investigators."

Root said that he did not know whether the students had problems at school. He said that he did not know, an any record prior to arrest.

Because the young juveniles, have their names have been released by authorities. Root said that he did not know they had lawyers.

Had seized measured at the amount of material and detail of the plans, tribe, said the young the attack in the summer apparently planned. He knew not randomly selected, whether the objectives because of, the last school year.

He would not say whether they already had guns, or where they planned to get them, he would still comment on a possible motive. But bonnet said it was not race, as are the arrested boys of different races.

Load not also know that no more than three members add day, "but by any shred of prove, we have collected and we believe every trace of intelligence, we have won, there were no other participants" in the alleged plot.

You young turned in this week. A Monday bond hearing will decide whether they can leave the detention center.

Root said additional members are always to schools on the first day of classes, and Monday are "all of that and then some..." "Steps most parents will easily find, and steps, the students not even see."

He added quickly, of the improved security, "I will think not someone, this is done, one day, and then it will be over."

He would give no details.

One of the guys is a wealthy bedroom community from the Mandeville, about 25 km north of New Orleans, where the school is located. The other two were from nearby Lacombe, a little less affluent and rural area.

Folse said that he did not know how many students reported the threat or how concerned they were. "It alerts it enough to reverse it to authorities, with the confidence that the people who warned they would take therefore and seriously."

"I am very proud of them for reinforced and do the right thing", Folse said.

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Sheriff: Killing spree foiled plot in Louisiana - Forbes