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Posted April 27, 2007

Allison Farole
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On the eve of the eighth anniversary of the Columbine shootings last Thursday, the parents of 17-year-old Matthew Wanamaker reported to the La Verne Police Department that their son was missing and their gun safe containing loaded rifles, handguns and $1,000 in cash was also missing.

News of this led local school district officials to their decision to close Bonita High School for the day last Friday.

So close in time to the massacre at Virginia Tech at the beginning of the week and the anniversary of Columbine, Bonita Unified School District officials did not want to take any chances.

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