Post Register: Weapons, Hit List Discovered at Home of Idaho Student


An Idaho boy has been ordered to undergo a mental health evaluation after law enforcement in Rigby said they retrieved a list of fellow students and even police officers that the boy was planning to kill.

Rigby Police Chief Keith Hammon told the Post Register that a call to his office came from the boy's parents, who said they found the list on an electronic tablet.

When police conducted a search at the home, officers said they found "a bag of weapons," including handguns, ammunition and multiple knives.

Hammon told the Post Register that bullying at the boy's school—Rigby Junior High—was a factor, and that all of the parents of students on the list have been notified.