REPORT: 2 more arrested after alleged mass shooting threats, including 15-year-old boy

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Two more people accused of mass shooting threats are under arrest: a 15-year-old who vowed to “kill 7 people at a minimum” and a 38-year old accused of plotting a mass shooting at a Memphis church.

In the weeks after the deadly shootings in Gilroy, California; El Paso, Texas; and Dayton, Ohio, police have broken up alleged plots in several states, including Connecticut, Florida, Ohio, Missouri, Illinois and Washington.

The article goes on to state the following:

Newly released body cam video shows a 15-year-old being handcuffed in Florida after posting on an online video game, under a fake name, that he vowed to bring his father’s M-15 assault rifle to school and “kill 7 people at a minimum.”

In Indiana, a 38-year-old truck driver is in custody after a friend reported him for allegedly planning to carry out a mass shooting at a Memphis church and use his knife to slit a pastor’s throat.

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