SAN ANTONIO -- Two Alamo Heights teenagers have been arrested for allegedly making terroristic threats on Facebook.
Police say the 17-year-old and 18-year-old made Columbine-style threats against Alamo Heights High School for the first day of school.
According to the arrest warrants another teen saw what they were posting on Facebook, felt threatened, and told on them.
News 4 WOAI chose not to name the teenagers or show their arrest pictures since they are both students.
The initial Facebook post, which investigators was made by one of the teens was a graphic photo of the Columbine suspects lying in a pool of blood with the caption, "Best friends till the end!!" on Facebook.
Police went on to say the second teen replied back stating , "Totally wanna hang out on the first day of school XD."
They also discussed making different types of shotguns.
According to the arrest warrants both students talked openly about their similarities to the two men who committed suicide after they went on a shooting spree that killed a dozen students and a teacher at Columbine High School in Colorado, back in 1999.
Officials with Alamo Heights ISD did not want to speak on camera about the threats, but they did release a statement saying in part " The district takes all threats very seriously ... and at no time was there any imminent danger to either students or staff ".
Both students are facing felony charges. The district said if they are convicted they will be expelled.