PENNSAUKEN, N.J. – Two Pennsauken High School students have been arrested after a teacher found what was believed to be a hit list that targeted actor Chuck Norris.
Camden County prosecutor's spokesman Jason Laughlin says the list also included the names of three students and a school staff member.
No one was injured.
The two boys, both juniors, have not been found to have possessed any weapons.
School superintendent James Chapman said in a posting on the district's Web site that the boys said the list was a joke. School officials and police were taking it seriously.
The local prosecutor said, "At this point we believe that this student did not pose any serious threat to any of the people on the list, especially to Chuck Norris," TMZ reported.