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Two Valley, Ala., youths arrested for terrorist threats

Valley, Ala., police arrested two youths Thursday after one told a staff member at school he was going to come to school with an AK-47 assault rifle and shoot people who were mean to him.

The two were charged with terrorist threats by the Valley Police Department and were later released to their parents, a news release from the Valley Police Department said.

Valley police said they found a picture of one youth posing with an AK-47.

Officials also found a post on one of their MySpace pages stating, "I will not rest one day until my victims' blood is shed." It also mentioned threats of blowing up their Chambers County school with a C-4 explosive.

Police used search warrants to enter the juveniles' homes to look for any weapons or explosives.

Law enforcement officials are still investigating. Valley police have submitted this case to the Chambers County Juvenile Probation for review.

If you have any information about this case, Valley police ask that you call them at 334-756-5200 or Valley Crimestoppers at 800-756-8282.

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