Yesterday, classes at Bridgewater Raritan High School were cancelled due to a bomb threat—and a 16-year-old junior had been charged with "attempted murder, possession of explosives, possession of a destructive device and attempted widespread damage or injury." The Star-Ledger reports, "The teen was arrested after another student told a school police resource officer the suspect had told him of his plan 'to commit a Columbine at the high school on December 14.'" While no explosives were found at the school, "when police searched the teen’s home, they discovered homemade explosive devices, shotgun shells, bullets, black powder, as well as items that could act as explosive device components and bomb-making instructions."