A 10th grade student at Chipley High School was arrested after reportedly having a list of people he wanted to harm on his phone.

James Simmons was arrested Tuesday, Dec. 12, after an investigation of battery at the school and charged with a second-degree felony, the Washington County Sheriff’s Office (WCSO) said in a news release. He has been placed in a detention facility with the Department of Juvenile Justice.

“While investigating the suspect involved in the altercation, School Resource Deputies discovered the suspect had a list of names of students and teachers on his phone,” the School District said.

Simmons reportedly admitted to the investigators the list had names of people he wanted to harm.

A lengthy investigation by both school officials and the WCSO is ongoing. Parents and guardians of students and teachers on the list have been notified by school officials.