By Dan Wing

RADNOR, Pa. (CBS) — Authorities say a 17-year-old girl from Delaware County has been arrested for having a notebook full of alleged threats against her classmates and a teacher at Radnor High School.

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Radnor Township Police say a teacher at the high school spotted the threats in the girl’s notebook Monday morning. The girl was immediately taken from the class to the police station.

Police Superintendent William Colarulo details exactly what those threats were.

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“How she plans on killing the fellow students and where the majority of students would be, whether it’s the cafeteria, the library, or whatever,and how she plans to carry out the attacks,” Colarulo explained.

Colarulo says no guns or other weapons were found during a search of the 17-year old girl’s home, and she’s now being charged with making terroristic threats.

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