TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — A Topeka teenager is charged with four felonies in what the Shawnee County District Attorney calls a planned school shooting. The 17-year-old was charged Wednesday with four counts of soliciting first-degree murder. District Attorney Chad Taylor says the teen was planning to shoot two administrators at Topeka West High School, a Topeka police officer and a school police officer working at the high school. Taylor did not release his name. Taylor says the teenager was arrested Tuesday evening outside Topeka. He has a detention hearing scheduled for Wednesday afternoon. Taylor wouldn't release many details about the alleged plan but said the threat was viable and the situation developed in mid-December. The defendant is being charged as a juvenile but Taylor says he'll seek to have him tried as an adult.