15-year-old arrested after serious threat: ‘I’m recreating Columbine’

A California high school student is in custody after threatening a mas shooting.

The unnamed 15-year-old Chino High School student was arrested at his home in Ontario after tweeting the threats on Tuesday.

“I’m recreating Columbine” he write in one of the tweets and “Chino needs a good shooting” in another, according to “The Tactical Institute” who reported them to the authorities, ABC News reported.

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Two students, Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold, killed 13 students and themselves in the 1999 attack at Columbine High School in Colorado.

The Chino student is being held at a juvenile detention center in San Bernardino, according to ABC News.

“There is no current threat to students or faculty on campus,” the Chino Police Department said in a statement. “We are ensuring that we have adequate resources dedicated to the investigation and available to assist on campus should the need arise.”

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