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Utah teens arrested in alleged school bombing plot

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SALT LAKE CITY – Two Utah high school students plotted to set off explosives during a school assembly and steal a plane to make their getaway, police said Thursday.

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The students prepared by logging hundreds of hours on flight simulator software on their home computers, and they planned to take a plane at Ogden Hinckley Airport, said Roy police spokeswoman Anna Bond said.

Dallin Morgan, 18, and a 16-year-old boy were pulled out of school Wednesday after authorities learned of the plot, held for hours of questioning and arrested, she said. An after-school bomb sweep found no explosives at Roy High School, about 30 miles north of Salt Lake City.

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