Two Combs High School students accused of making threats

Two Combs High School students accused of making threats

Two Combs High School students accused of making threats

On February 23rd, the Pinal County Sheriff's Office was called out to Combs High School, near Ironwood and Germann roads in San Tan Valley for a report of a threat.

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A subsequent investigation then revealed the first student, a 15-year-old, threatened to file off the serial number of a gun and bring it to school. Another student helped him start a GoFundMe account to raise money for ammunition. The page, which has since been taken down, said ammunition was expensive and they needed help to shoot up Combs High School. In addition, the campaign organizer has been banned from using the platform.

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A student told school officials that two students talked about the gun on Friday, PCSO said. "It is against GoFundMe's terms of service to raise funds on our platform to buy ammunition or firearms". The second student claimed he didn't know who created the GoFundMe account but was there when it was created, the Sheriff's Office said. The second student, not the 15-year-old, had immediate access to weapons at home, according to the PCSO statement.

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The two students were arrested and charged with interference or disruption of an educational institution and conspiracy to commit terrorism.

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