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The identity of Sebastian Villasenor’s parents, who assisted the police in the investigation of the Southern California High School shooting plot, remains confidential.

Born in 2006, Sebastian Villasenor is a student at Ontario Christian High School in Southern California. On February 10, 2024, he was arrested for allegedly plotting a school shooting at his own high school.

On the day of his arrest, a fellow student at the high school noticed concerning behavior from Villasenor and promptly reported it to Principal Ben Dykhouse. The student expressed fears that Villasenor could pose a threat to them and other students. Ben immediately informed the police about the potential danger.

The Ontario Police Department acted swiftly, arresting Villasenor at his Eastvale residence. Police Chief Lorenz revealed that the 18-year-old had possession of seven rifles, two revolvers, over a thousand rounds of ammunition, and a shotgun.

It was disclosed that Sebastian Villasenor, facing charges related to an attempted school shooting, had access to various weapons.

Reportedly, the firearms in Villasenor’s possession were registered under his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Villasenor.

Sebastian Villasenor’s parents collaborated with the Ontario Police Department during the investigation. However, as of February 2024, their identities have been kept confidential.

Following the investigation, Chief Lorenz stated that Sebastian was fixated on school shootings and had explicit intentions to carry out the shootout at Ontario High School.

Chief Lorenz revealed that the planned shooting was set for April 20, coinciding with the 25th Anniversary of the Columbine High School shooting in Colorado.

Additionally, it came to light that Villasenor had conducted a Google Maps search to determine the distance from the Ontario Police Department to the high school, aiming to gauge the police response time.

On February 10, Villasenor faced charges of five counts of attempted murder and one count of attempted criminal threats, scheduled to appear at the Cucamonga Superior Court on February 15.

During the court appearance on February 15, Villasenor entered a plea of not guilty. However, the district attorney requested that he be held without bail.

Furthermore, another court date is scheduled for Tuesday, February 20, 2024.

Initial police statements indicated that Villasenor did not possess a hit list, but he was fixated on targeting five Ontario high school students, contemplating a sixth victim. Subsequently, charging documents revealed the names of the targeted students as five girls named Jane Doe and a male named John Doe.

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