Brewster teen plans high school shooting spree for April 20, 2011 - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

Brewster teen plans high school shooting spree for April 20, 2011, exactly 12 years after Columbine Shooting

BREWSTER, Wash.- The Brewster Police Department has released the names of the three high schools targeted by 17 year-old Charles Mustoe in shooting spree he outlined on social networking site Facebook. Mustoe told police he was targeting Brewster High School, Chelan High School, and Bridgeport High School. The shootings were set to take place April 20, 2011, 12 years to the day after the Columbine Shooting Spree.  

Mustoe was arrested after authorities were alerted to a Facebook discussion he was having with an as-yet unidentified 14 year-old girl. During the exchange, Mustoe mentions planning the shooting even detailing the guns he planned to us.  

The girl lives with her parents on Vancouver Island in Canada. Her father apparently found the conversation and alerted the Canadian Royal Mounted Police, who then alerted officials in Brewster, where Mustoe lives. Mustoe was detained by authorities and questioned, before being placed under arrest.  

Mustoe was charged with Conspiracy to Commit Assault and placed in an Okanogan Juvenile Detention Center, where he remained Monday morning. All firearms available to Mustoe were turned over to the Brewster Police Department by Mustoe's parent and gunowner.

The Canadian RMCP say the 14 year-old girl is not being treated as a suspect and they are crediting her family with putting a stop to the plan. The girl's father says they are getting her help and hope her story serves as a warning for other parents.

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