Police Tuesday said two teen boys were “willing to die” in their plot to kill staff and students at South Pasadena High School.
Camarillo Police Department Sgt. John Franchi says deputies responded to a call at the school last Thursday of a male juvenile threatening to fatally shoot another student and then take his own life.
A variety of celebrities were the victims of swatting pranks in the past few years including Justin Bieber, the Kardashians, Selena Gomez, Rihanna, Tom Cruise and Ashton Kutcher, to just name a few.
A man accused of threatening to shoot people inside the iconic Los Angeles Times building was being held Saturday for a mental health evaluation, police said.
The business is located at Hazeltine and Oxnard.
A man accused of saying he is married to Taylor Swift and threatening to harm her family was ordered Tuesday to stay away from the Grammy-winning singer for three years.
Police have arrested a 20-year-old man for allegedly posting criminal threats on Twitter.
Fifty-five-year-old Dawn DaLuise, the owner of Skin Refinery in West Hollywood, allegedly tried hiring a hitman to get rid of a competitor she believed was cyberstalking her.
The threats were made on Monday or perhaps during the weekend, officials said.
Authorities have arrested a 17-year-old Temple City High School student for making false bomb threats.
An Azusa man was charged Thursday with nearly a dozen felonies in connection with allegedly making a series of phone threats against several schools, a hospital and a shopping mall in the eastern San Gabriel Valley last week.
An Azusa man was arrested Tuesday for allegedly making a series of phone threats against several schools, a health facility and a shopping mall in the east San Gabriel Valley last week.
A man was taken into custody Monday afternoon after making threats on social media against Antelope Valley College in Lancaster.
Authorities Friday took one person into custody for allegedly making threats while aboard a bus in West Hollywood.
A local principal Sunday assured parents their children would be safe amid threats made against West Ranch High School on social media sites.