Stockton Police arrest teen who had plans to commit school shooting

Stockton Police arrested a 14-year-old  student who had plans to commit a school shooting, according to police. 

Police were called Tuesday at 8:40 a.m. to Venture Academy in the 2800 block of Transworld Drive.

School staff had detained the boy while they waited for officers to arrive. 

According to Stockton Police, the investigation indicated the student had written plans on how he was going to commit the shooting. Detectives and the student’s parents were notified. 

Police searched the student's home and did not find anything illegal. 

A search of the student’s home was conducted and nothing illegal was located. The teen was booked into San Joaquin County Juvenile Hall on terrorist threats.

Stockton Police Department Public Information Officer Joe Silva said, “The Stockton Police Department will continue to work closely with our schools to ensure the safety of our students and staff. We take all threats seriously and will investigate them thoroughly. Those making threats will be held accountable for their actions.”

At this point, additional details are not being released.