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(Kamas-AP) -- A second teenager accused of planning a murderous rampage against classmates at their South Summit High School in Kamas is in custody today.
The other teen arrested yesterday is being held at a juvenile detention center.
Both 15-year-old boys are being held on charges of making terroristic threats and drugs charges. That word this afternoon from Summit County Sheriff's Captain Joseph Offret.
Sheriff's deputies believe the two were planning a violent rampage at their school.
Deputies found a "rudimentary tactical plan," which included the entrances and exits for their high school, amid hundreds of pages of violent images allegedly showing the two 15-year-olds shooting and raping teachers and classmates.
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