A middle school student in Heber City has been arrested after a teacher found a list of classmates he indicated he wanted to kill.
Heber City police Sgt. Jeremy Nelson told KTVX-TV a teacher at Rocky Mountain Middle School spotted the 14-year-old boy's list with the heading, "People I want to kill." It listed the names of six classmates.
Authorities believe the boy and the classmates named had been bullying each other.
Wasatch School District Superintendent Terry Shoemaker says the school met with families of the six students named on the list to explain what happened. He says they didn't notify other parents because they no longer felt there was a threat.
The boy has been charged with six counts of harassment and six counts of threatening a life.
A similar case occurred last month in Idaho, when police said a Rigby Junior High School student had compiled a list of classmates to hurt. Police also discovered firearms in the Idaho student's home. That list was also prompted by bullying, they said.
Information from: KTVX-TV, http://www.abc4.com/