The FBI is further probing a busted plot in Utah - two students, an unidentified 16-year-old and 18-year-old Dallin Morgan, accused of wanting to blow up their high school.
FOX News Radio's Dave Anthony reports:
This was the plan...
(Whinham)"To hurt as many people as they could."
...by setting off a bomb during an assembly, and then...
(Whinham)"Fleeing from the school to a neighboring airport, stealing a plane."
Roy, Utah Police Chief Greg Whinham says another student helped thwart the attack, showing an administrator a suspicious text she got from one of the two suspects arrested on Wednesday, asking 'If I told you to stay home from school on a certain day, would you?'.
A neighbor of that 16-year-old can't believe it.
(Neighbor)"I would expect him to be the next Albert Einstein, not, you know, a bomber."
The boy was said to be fascinated by the Columbine school massacre. He even went to Colorado last month and talked to the Principal.
Dave Anthony, FOX News Radio
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