Calif. student, 12, arrested for e-mailing threat to kill teacher, 23 classmates, police say
UT San Diego says the boy, who attends Poway's Twin Peaks Middle School, was taken into custody Saturday night after sheriff's deputies served a search warrant at his family's home.
The newspaper says several computers, rifles and handguns were seized. The student was admitted to a hospital for evaluation.
Officials say the e-mail was sent Friday night to a school administrator who notified authorities the next morning.
There is no evidence that anyone else was involved with the threat.
In an e-mail to parents, the school's principal said classes would resume Monday and called the threat "an isolated incident."
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