Wednesday June 19, 2013
Keizer Makes Final Arrest in Bomb Plot DiscoverySalem-News.com
The unnamed teen has been charged with one count of attempted second degree burglary and one count conspiracy to commit second degree burglary.
(KEIZER, Ore.) - Keizer Police say they have continued their investigation into the McNary High School bomb threat incident and made a sixth arrest on Saturday.
Keizer Police Captain Jeff Kuhns says that at 12:45 AM they arrested the single, outstanding suspect, "What we believe was the last remaining suspect was taken into custody and was then transported to the Marion County Juvenile Detention Facility."
Police Spokesman Capt. Jeff Kuhns says the investigation initially led to the arrest of five male juveniles that investigators believe conspired to steal chemicals from a school's science classrooms so they could make bombs. The materials were stolen from Claggett Creek Middle School, 1810 Alder Drive NE.
He says that contact with these individuals led to the discovery of several chemicals that were found inside their backpacks. They made several arrests initially, but had been looking for the sixth suspect.
Kuhns says he has been charged with one count of attempted second degree burglary and one count conspiracy to commit second degree burglary.
"This individual, like the previous five who were arrested, also resides in Keizer," Kuhns added.
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