FAIRPORT — A Fairport teen is accused of threatening to attack at a school.
Nineteen-year-old Kyle Hunter Gorden is charged with making a terroristic threat.
Deputies say Gorden told people he was planning an attack at a school. Deputies also say he admitted to them that he had created a list of bomb-making materials, ammunition and knives. They say he also told them that he had already bought some of the items on that list. The list included .22 caliber ammunition, shotgun shells, metal pipes and caps, pellets and knives, court papers reveal.
Investigators say Gorden was also actively trying to obtain a gun.
In court papers, the defendant said he wanted to "kill kids in a school." Prosecutors say a friend called police after he became concerned Gorden might hurt someone. The friend told police, "[Gorden] wanted to kill a lot of innocent people" and "Kyle was vague, but said he wanted to kill kids in a school."
The friend also told police, "I don't know why he wanted to kill innocent people, but if I had to guess, it would be because all of the drugs he’s done."
As of press time Wednesday night, investigators had not said if any specific school was being targeted.
Deputies said the investigation into the case is ongoing and the Ontario County Sheriff’s Office, Fairport Police Department and Joint Terrorism Task Force have assisted in the investigation.