Raul Quezada, Chief of Police
PRESS RELEASE, FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: March 27, 2016
Released by: Sgt. Daron Wyatt, Contact: (714) 497-5633
Subject: Three Arrested in Two Separate Weekend Online School Violence Threats
ANAHEIM, CA – Late Friday afternoon the Anaheim Police Department was made aware of threats made to Loara High School via the OGLE application. An investigation was launched immediately, which continued through the night and ultimately led to the arrest of a 15 year old male who is a 10th grade student at Loara HS. No weapons were located at the suspect’s residence and there is no indication the student had the means to carry out the threat. The suspect was booked at Orange County Juvenile Hall for making criminal threats.
On Saturday evening, Loara HS officials notified APD of a second threat made to the school via the same OGLE application. Through extensive investigation, Detectives identified the suspect in the second incident as Miguel Meza, 18, resident of Anaheim. Meza was contacted during a vehicle stop early Sunday afternoon. Two loaded handguns were recovered in the vehicle. Meza was arrested for making criminal threats and possession of loaded handguns. A second male, Johnny Aguilar, 23, also of Anaheim was arrested for possession of loaded handguns and probation violations. Continue reading