ALBANY, Ore. -- The 17-year-old student accused of planning to bomb West Albany High School wanted to blast music out of his car and announce, "The Russian Grim Reaper is here," as he carried out his violent attack, according to court documents.
A Benton County affidavit released Tuesday showed an alleged sample from one of suspect Grant Acord's notebooks that read, in part, "Carry duffel in one hand, Napalm firebomb in the other...Light and throw napalm, unzip bag and begin firing."
Acord faces 19 criminal charges, including attempted aggravated murder and unlawful manufacture of a destructive device, after a tip last Thursday led police to his house. They found two pipe bombs, two Molotov cocktails, at least two Drano bombs, and plans to carry out a deadly attack, according to arresting officer Don Tapper of the Albany Police Department.
Tapper said Acord hid the destructive devices and other documents under his bedroom floor. In the documents, Acord compared himself to Columbine shooters Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold, and planned to kill himself "before S.W.A.T. engages."
Acord was held on $2 million bail and ordered to have no contact with West Albany High School, according to the Benton County District Attorney's Office. If released, he is required to have 24-hour parental or adult supervision and cannot possess any weapons.
He was scheduled to appear in court again on June 4.