In Pennsylvania arrested a student for threatening to shoot

MOSCOW, 28 Mar — RIA Novosti. The Pennsylvania police have detained a foreign student because he allegedly threatened to “shoot up the school”, he was charged with terrorist threat, reports ABC News.

As reported, a police spokesman Michael Chitwood (Michael Chitwood), the detained student from Taiwan EN TSO sun, who came to the U.S. on exchange of, presumably, asked his classmates not to come may 1 for classes because he “was going to shoot school.” Subsequently, according to the police, But TSO song called his words a joke.

According to Chitwood, the detained 18-year-old student from Taiwan was found tactical vest, a crossbow with a sight and flashlight, arrows, 29 cartridges of caliber of 9 millimeters, a noose, a ski mask in a military-style headphones for shooting.

In addition, after studying at the school issued tablet computer police found that the detainee was looking for the opportunity to purchase small arms such as AK-47 and AR-15, added the police.

The detainee is An TSO sun – student exchange in the U.S. on a student visa, the validity of which expires in 2022. He studied in a Catholic school, Bonner Prendergast. He is currently in custody and awaiting the passing of a psychological examination, marks the channel.