SAN ANTONIO -- Police arrested two Alamo Heights teenagers for what investigators said were "Columbine like" threats posted on Facebook.
The two Alamo Heights High School students, 18-year-old Marshal Judson and 17-year-old Matt Murray, face a third degree felony charge of making terroristic threats.
Another student saw the posts on Facebook and alerted the school district.
According to the arrest warrant, one of the suspects wrote:
"lol can i borrow a shotgun. i making the (p)ipebomb"
The two then referenced the Columbine High School shooters:
"so wanna be dylan klebold"
"i wanna be eric harris"
"If you are out there making these kinds of threats, you can be expected to be arrested," said San Antonio Police Officer Matthew Porter.
Police searched the suspects' Alamo Heights' homes and found no weapons, but for Alamo Heights parent Joe Palczewski that doesn't matter.
"You don't have to store the stuff at home," he said. "It could be, you know, in a storage shed. It could be at somebody else's property. They could've been tipped off. They could have taken it out of the home. I don't know the details or the timing, but I don't feel comfortable just because there wasn't anything at home."
The Alamo Heights School District issued a statement on Friday in which a spokesperson stressed more than once that students were never in any danger but added these types of threats will not be tolerated.