(AP) POWAY, Calif. - Authorities say a 12-year-old student at a San Diego County middle school has been arrested for allegedly threatening via e-mail to shoot a teacher and 23 classmates.
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."