Potential mass shooting at private Minnesota college thwarted Ace News Today [Video]

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(Waylon Sieber Kurts, booking photo, Image credit: Northfield Police Department)

Waylon Sieber Kurts, 20, is a student at a private college in Minnesota who has been arrested and charged after getting busted with a mixed bag of mass shooting paraphernalia, including knives, military gear, ammo magazines, and a “a hand-drawn map of a site on campus and chilling shooting instructions.”  Officials also recovered a notebook that contained a series of notes on how a shooter can get the best bang for his buck during a mass shooting, according to KSTP.

Kurts, who was attending St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minnesota, was arrested on April 6 after college officials reported to police that suspicious gun-related items had been discovered at one of the college dorms. When St. Olaf College Public Safety Officers searched Kurts’ dorm room, they recovered materials they believed were connected to a potential planned mass shooting event. Those items …

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