Dozens of guns, explosives and a ROCKET LAUNCHER are seized at home of boy who made threats of mass shooting at California high school: Father and son are arrested

  • The alleged teenager, who remains unidentified, was arrested
  • He allegedly threatened to shoot up Rancho Bernardo High School in San Diego on Tuesday, law enforcement officials said.
  • His father, Neil Anders (45), was also arrested and faces various charges

Dozens of guns, explosives and a rocket launcher have been seized from the home of a teenager who made threats about a mass shooting at a California high school.

The suspect, who has not been identified, was arrested and taken to juvenile detention after he allegedly threatened to shoot up Rancho Bernardo High School in San Diego on Tuesday.

The student’s father, Neil Anders (45), was also arrested and booked into the province’s jail, where law enforcement officials say he is facing multiple charges.

At their home, located blocks from the school, authorities found several unregistered and unserialized firearms, along with manufacturing supplies to make rifles and handguns.

In addition, a large amount of explosives and rocket-propelled grenades were discovered, as reported by NBC7.

A father and son were arrested in the San Diego area after the teenager threatened to shoot up a local school. At their home, located blocks from the school, authorities found several unregistered and unserialized firearms, along with manufacturing supplies to make rifles and handguns

Dozens of guns, explosives and a rocket launcher have been seized from the home of a boy who made threats about a mass shooting at a California high school

Dozens of guns, explosives and a rocket launcher have been seized from the home of a boy who made threats about a mass shooting at a California high school

The teenage suspect, who has not been identified, was arrested and taken to juvenile hall

The teenage suspect, who has not been identified, was arrested and taken to juvenile hall

The teenager allegedly told several students on Friday last week that he was going to shoot up the Rancho Bernardo High School campus on Tuesday.

Arriving to serve a gun violence restraining order, police raided the home early Tuesday morning.

Anders’ wife and other children were at home when the police arrived. They were allowed to leave when Anders and his son were arrested.

Officers referred to the father as a ‘doomsday’-preparation-style person.

The school underwent an investigation for explosive devices, and officers will remain on campus throughout the morning.

Additionally, a large amount of explosives and rocket-propelled grenades were discovered, as reported by NBC7

Additionally, a large amount of explosives and rocket-propelled grenades were discovered, as reported by NBC7

The student's father, Neil Anders (45), was also arrested and booked into the county jail, who according to law enforcement officers is facing multiple charges.

The student’s father, Neil Anders (45), was also arrested and booked into the county jail, who according to law enforcement officers is facing multiple charges.

DailyMail.com has reached out to the San Diego Police Department for further information on the case and arrests.