STOUGHTON, Mass. – A Massachusetts high school student was held without bail after an administrator discovered his journal, which outlined a "Columbine-style" attack.
Sean Ivaldi, 18, was arraigned Friday on a multitude of charges, including causing a school disturbance, four counts of threatening to commit a crime and a felony charge of making a terroristic threat.
The teenager, who attends Stoughton High School, south of Boston, appeared at a hearing Tuesday to assess his danger to the public.
Stoughton Police lieutenant Robert Devine told myFOXboston.com that Ivaldi had no access to firearms, but his journal described using a point system for killing people.
He awarded 20 points for killing a student, 30 points for a teacher and 60 points for a cop.
The journal, which was written when Ivaldi was 17, also contained detailed drawings of one of the school buildings with the words "enter B-building at 11:09 and shoot the teacher at the desk."
Ivaldi is due back in court May 8.