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Teens Planned A Massive Attack Against Their School, But Thank God This Happened

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I do not know what is going on in the world today.

Michigan police have arrested three teens in connection to a school shooting foiled plot to commit mass murder at two Linden district schools after receiving a ‘credible‘ tip on the trio’s intensions.

According to FOX66, the teens have been identified as Ryan Stevens, 18, Lamar Dukes, 15, and Cody Brewer, 15. After an investigation, the three teens were arrested and charged with ‘conspiracy to commit first-degree premeditated murder’ as well as ‘threat of terrorism.’

These teens planned to target both Linden High School and Linden Middle School on October 30th. According to Argentine Police Chief Daniel Allen, a school resource official received information on the plans which were passed on to the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

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Via FoxNews:

A school resource officer in the Linden school district received information about the plot on Oct. 28 and filed a 24-page report to the Argentine Township Police, which was then given to the FBI, Argentine Police Chief Daniel Allen said. The alleged plan was to be carried out on Oct. 30 at Linden High School and Linden Middle School.

“After I reviewed it, I felt all the information there was credible and we just had to track down the individuals that were involved,” Allen told MLive.com. “There were potential targets at the high school and the middle school. From what we gathered they didn’t really care who else got in the way either.”

“The information that we obtained – they had access to weapons and were credible threats,” Allen said.

Interim Superintendent Russ Ciesielski said in a statement the schools never went into a “secure-mode” or “lockdown” scenario.

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