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SHENANDOAH COUNTY, Va. (WHSV) New details in the Aaron Trump case in Shenandoah County.
Trump is accused of planning terrorist activities at his high school and now court documents involved in the investigation have been released.
Investigators checked into Trump's Facebook page and looked at his photos, private messages, notes, wall postings, videos and anything associated to the IP address from Trump's account, according to the records.
"Further investigation revealed that Trump utilized the above Facebook page to make mention of the acts in which he planned to commit," said Deputy K. Cowart from the Shenandoah County Sheriff's Office.
Trump currently faces charges for attempting to commit an act of terrorism, constructing a hoax believed to be a bomb and communicating a bomb threat at Stonewall Jackson High School in September 2013.
He was planning a massacre similar to the attack at Columbine High school as he planned to use a shotgun, Molotov fire bombs and knives, according to court records.
A second set of records, newly revealed, showed the search warrant for the house of one of trump's relatives.
The first check of Trump's parents house turned up nothing, but the home of a relative is where police found a device resembling a bomb, according to the records.
His February court appearance is now moved to March 12.
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