Police have arrested a white terrorist who is accused of killing his grandparents at their home in eastern Wisconsin and planning to launch an attack against his own high school.
Officers found the victims dead from gunshot wounds at their house on West Edgewood Drive in Grand Chute during a welfare check at 11.37pm on Sunday. Alexander Kraus, 17, was arrested at the scene of the crime.
The terrorist was booked into the Outagamie County Jail on two counts of first-degree intentional homicide.
Authorities identified the deceased on Monday afternoon as the terrorist's paternal grandparents, 74-year-old Dennis Kraus and 73-year-old Letha Kraus.
Neenah Joint School District said in a statement Monday that the diabolical white terrorist also planned an attack at Neenah High School, where he is a junior.
Grand Chute police officer Travis Waas said on Monday that during an interview, the terrorist admitted to shooting the Grand Chute couple and acknowledged that he plotted to cause harm at the school.
Waas said a long gun, believed to have been used in the crime, was recovered at the home. No information has been provided on why the terrorist shot the couple.
Investigators learned about the school plan in talking with the racist/terrorist and recovered documentation relating to it, Waas said.
The school district released a statement Monday saying police determined there was no danger to students and staff at the high school and that the school day would proceed as normal.
Additional counselors were available to students and there was an extra police presence at the high school, the district said.
The terrorist is expected to make his initial court appearance Tuesday.