Students, 14, accused threats to Southern California school
DESERT HOT SPRINGS, Calif. (AP) — Police arrested three 14-year-old students and seized guns after threats of violence were made on social media against a Southern California high school.
KESQ-TV reports Monday that two boys and a girl were held in juvenile hall and could face charges of making terrorist threats against Desert Hot Springs High.
Authorities said officers found a real revolver, a semi-automatic handgun and a replica AR-15.
Parents received phone calls informing them of the arrests.