Authorities have thwarted another mass shooting. A 13-year-old boy was planning a mass shooting at his Los Angeles school but police were able to stop him and seize his weapons.
Among the items taken was an assault-style rifle with about 100 rounds of ammunition, according to CNN's Josh Campbell.
According to NBC News, "the discovery was made in response to a call about a student who wanted to shoot other students and staff. He added that the suspect, who was not immediately identified, purchased parts on the internet to build a "ghost gun" — meaning it was assembled at home and had no serial numbers, a way for owners to avoid registering them."
Our Task Force arrested a Susp for dealing/possession of illegal firearms. Susp purchased parts on internet. Had a… https://t.co/YNbrGeVOdg— Undersheriff Tim Murakami (@Undersheriff Tim Murakami)1574442734.0
"We moved quickly to ensure that no harm came to our students," the school district said. "Our students did everything right by raising concerns with adults."