2 Students Arrested in a Planned South Pasadena High School Shooting
2 Students Planned Pasadena High School Shooting – Two students in Pasadena received charges for making criminal threats when they planned to shoot up South Pasadena High School, according to the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office.
The stepfather of one of the teens arrested stated:
“My wife and I would like to apologize to the whole community, every student, every parent, every faculty that we do not condone any kind of behavior,”
The teens were arrested on Monday in their South Pasadena homes when school officials informed police of the 16 and 17 year olds’ plans.
The suspects shared their plans with a friend who they subsequently threatened to kill. They also planned on killing 3 staff members and as may students as they could.
Security measures will be taken in all South Pasadena schools on Thursday.