BARTLESVILLE, Okla. - The full findings of a warranted search of a Bartlesville student's home suspected of plotting to shoot his classmates and blow up his school have been released.
The Washington County search warrant made public Tuesday revealed more than a dozen seized items from the home of Sammie Chavez.
Chavez, 18, was arrested Friday morning after a tip from another student.
Police said a student confirmed that on Wednesday Chavez tried to recruit other students to help him “lure students into the school auditorium where he planned to begin shooting them after chaining the doors shut,” read the report.
The student reportedly told police Chavez threatened that if the student's assisting him did not do as he instructed, he would “not hesitate to kill them and/or himself."
A review of information obtained from the school computer used by Chavez showed searches from Nov. 30 for a .22-caliber rifle built on a machine gun platform, police say.
Police also say students witnessed Chavez not only “researching the Columbine High School massacre and remorseful letters on the 'in Memory' page," they also saw him looking at a website on how to build pipe bombs.
Bartlesville police confirmed Monday a .22-caliber rifle was found at his home following his arrest.
The following is the list of recovered items per the search warrant:
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