The girls, who have not been named, are said to have been found in a bathroom holding a goblet meant to hold the blood of their victims, and are also accused of planning to kill themselves after the bloodbath.
Two middle school students in Florida were arrested Tuesday after they concocted an alleged "plot to kill students" via a variety of weapons, including a pizza cutter, police said.
Police said the girls had apparently been planning the attack for some time. The administrators found them in a bathroom stall and brought them back to their offices where they found the girls in possession of four knives, a pizza cutter and a knife sharpener, police said.
Detectives searched the girls' homes and found a hand-drawn map that included the phrase, "go to killin bathroom" - which marked the bathroom where they were found, police say. She reached out to the school and told them that her daughter had been dropped off, police said.
When the girl's mother called the school, the assistant principal found the students hiding in the bathroom.
Afterwards, the girls would leave the body parts at the school's entrance before killing themselves, they said.
The two girls are facing charges for conspiracy to commit first-degree murder among over things.
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Officials brief the media about the arrest of an eleven-year-old and a twelve-year-old accused of a plot to attack middle school students with knives.
"This is horrific, and if I had children in school I'd be scared half to death", Hall admitted. They then related their plan to "kill as many students as they could before committing suicide".
According to the Bartow Police Department, a student warned a teacher on Monday about one of the girl's mentioning that "something bad" would happen in building 500 of the middle school.
Polk County Schools Superintendent Jacqueline Byrd said at Wednesday's news conference that the district will be filing for expulsion of the students, and that she was not aware of the two students having any prior disciplinary problems.
Investigators said the girls had a goblet, knives and several other weapons. They planned to cut the children's throats, slice up their bodies, and eat their flesh, washing the raw meat down with the victims' blood. Prosecutors have not yet indicated whether they will be charged as juveniles or adults.
Reportedly, the school's vice principal found the girls in the bathroom before anyone was harmed after one of the girls was reported missing from her classroom.