Two teens accused of plotting attacks on church, restaurants Thursday, July 26, 2007 5:42 AM By Laura Cole WBNS-10TV Two Westerville teens are accused of plotting to bomb a Catholic church and two area restaurants in a Columbine-style attack, investigators said. Westerville police charged Scott Ennis, 16, and Daniel Woodrum, 15, each with delinquency counts of conspiracy to commit arson. Both are students at Westerville North High School. The teens are accused of planning an ambush at St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Church and school, and at two area restaurants, Westerville Police Lt. Tracey Myers told WBNS-TV (Channel 10). Police wouldn't name the restaurants. "They went as far as climbing up on the roof of the church and planning where they were going to put pipe bombs and figure out how they were actually going to do this," Myers said. A 15-year-old girl called police after learning of the plans in an online chat on MySpace.com, Myers said. The girl said the pair planned to plant pipe bombs at the buildings and shoot people inside in a manner similar to attacks at Columbine and Virginia Tech. They discussed chaining the doors during a Mass, she said. "I was really weirded out. I didn't know what to do or how to react to him," the girl told WBNS-TV. Her name wasn't released for her own protection. She printed her chat messages and took them to Westerville police. Woodrum, of Mulberry Way W., was in Delaware County juvenile jail after his arrest on Friday, his attorney Bob Krapenc said last night. It was unclear whether Ennis was still there, although Westerville police said they believe he was. A woman who answered the phone at Ennis' home on Shagbark Drive refused to comment last night. "I don't know the specifics of what they said or the intent," Krapenc said. "I don't even know if he was bragging and trying to impress someone." Dispatch reporter Matthew Marx contributed to this story.