Police: Teens created GoFundMe for ammo in threat against San Tan Valley school
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A pair of teens were arrested last Thursday on suspicion of creating a GoFundMe page to raise money for the purchase ammunition they said would be used to shoot at a San Tan Valley high school, officials said.
Pinal County Sheriff's deputies investigated the threat after a student at Combs High School, near Germann and Ironwood roads, reported hearing the two suspects talking about bringing a gun to school.
The student reported the incident to school officials, who contacted the sheriff's department.
Investigators discovered a... read more
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