CHINO, Calif. (KABC) -- A Chino High School student was taken into custody on Tuesday over allegedly making a threat on social media that he would "recreate Columbine" and shoot up his school.
Chino police said the threat was made on Twitter by a 15-year-old Ontario resident who attends the campus.
The teenager, who was not identified, was being held at a juvenile facility in San Bernardino on suspicion of criminal threats, according to Chino police.
The student allegedly wrote tweets such as "I'm recreating Columbine" and "Chino needs a good shooting," according to a group known as "The Tactical Institute," who spotted the tweets and reached out to law enforcement.
No further information was released.
Chino High School student in custody over online threat to shoot up school