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Student accused of planning shooting at Carver Center is charged as an adult

Student accused of planning shooting at Carver Center is charged as an adult

A 16-year-old student who police say wanted to kill people at his arts high school in Towson was charged as an adult Monday after homemade explosive devices and a gun were found in his Monkton home. The arrest, which comes two years after a shooting at Perry Hall High School, shocked parents and students at the George Washington Carver Center for the Arts and Technology, a school known for its inclusive and accepting culture. Baltimore County police said they found three crude, homemade explosive devices, materials to make more and a gun at the home of sophomore Sash Alexander Nemphos, who lives in the 600 block of Quiet Oaks Lane. The teen faces adult charges that include possession...

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