3 more charged in school bomb case
WASECA, Minn. — An adult and two teens face weapons charges in connection with a student’s alleged plot to carry out a massacre at a Waseca school.
Michael S. Jacobs, 40, of Waseca, was charged Friday with one count of selling a pistol to John LaDue, 17, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reported. LaDue was arrested in April and accused of planning to set off bombs and shoot students at Waseca Junior/Senior High School.
LaDue was charged as a juvenile with four counts of attempted first-degree murder, two counts of first-degree attempted criminal damage to property and six counts of possession of an explosive or incendiary device by a person under age 18.