SAN ANTONIO (AP) - Police have arrested three people in separate
incidents of threatened violence coinciding with the first day of
In the Hill Country town of Boerne (BUR'-nee), local teens
tipped police to an alleged plot at Boerne-Samuel V. Champion High
School. Authorities arrested 18-year-old Allen W. Doelitsch Jr. and
a juvenile suspect.
Authorities say Doelitsch was fascinated with the Columbine
massacre. The San Antonio Express-News reports students told police
that the younger suspect, who's 14, showed them text messages
allegedly exchanged with Doelitsch. In those messages, Doelitsch
allegedly said he just wanted to go on a killing rampage at school,
then kill himself.
Kendall County officials say a stolen handgun was recently found
in the younger suspect's home.
Doelitsch is charged with criminal solicitation of a minor to
commit capital murder and is jailed under $500,000 bond. The
younger suspect hasn't been charged but is detained on a probation
In San Antonio at St. Matthew Catholic School yesterday, a
parent saw a man standing near a group of students at an athletic
field before classes started. Anthony Fermin Sarabia is charged
with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and possession of a
firearm. He's jailed at $150,000 in bonds.
(Copyright 2008 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)
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