Police: Student intended to blow up Florida school

SHARPES, Fla. --

Students are back in class Wednesday morning after a fellow student is accused of wanting to blow up their school.

Authorities said a 16-year-old Eau Gallie High School student was caught with bomb-making materials Tuesday in Brevard County.

Police said Cameron Kage had written instructions defining the best locations to place bombs to cause the most destruction at the school.

At school in Kage's backpack and locker, police said they found bomb-making instructions, wire cutters, knives and unspecified ingredients for bombs.

They did not describe the ingredients or say if they were explosive.

Kage was arrested before school started. According to the school's principal Tom Sawyer, "Teachers and the school resource officer were tracking the teenager's Internet use while at school for weeks."

Kage is charged with attempting to make a destructive device, which is a third-degree felony.

During the school's investigation of the incident, Kage will be suspended.

He is being held at the Juvenile Detention Center in Sharpes.

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