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Tristan Scott Wix, Brandon Wagshol accused of planning mass shootings




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Three potential mass shooters in three states are detained following arrests on the weekend, according to the authorities. According to CNN reports, the men in Connecticut, Florida, and Ohio were arrested on public notice, police said. In the case of Ohio, police said 20-year-old white nationalist James Reardon was arrested on Saturday for an Instagram post suggesting attacking a Jewish community center. In Connecticut, 22-year-old Brandon Wagshol, who lives in Norwalk, was arrested after authorities told him he was trying to buy large-volume rifle magazines from outside the state, CBS reports in New York. Norwalk police and the FBI have found that Wagshol has published posts on Facebook expressing interest in a mass shooting.

According to the authorities, numerous weapons and items such as a titanium bodyguard and a combat helmet were discovered in a raid on Wagshol's house. TPM reports that Wagshol, who is charged with illegal possession of high-capacity firearms magazines in four cases, appears to have posted numerous racist posts across multiple Twitter accounts. In the case of Florida, the office of the Sheriff of Volusia County was arrested on Friday, according to Tristan Scott Wix, 25, after sending texts to his ex-girlfriend threatening mass shootings and turning to the authorities. In a message, the resident of Daytona Beach said he wanted to "break a world record for the longest confirmed killing of all time," reports the AP. In another case, he said he wanted to open fire on a crowd and "a good 1

00 kills would be nice." CNN reports that the only weapons police found in his home was a .22 caliber hunting rifle. (Read more mass shooting stories.)

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