All three cases were brought to the attention of the authorities thanks to advice from the public.
Here's what we know about them.
He is facing four charges of unlawful possession of high capacity magazines and is being held on $ 250,000 bond. He is scheduled to appear in court on September 6.
According to a statement, authorities received advice that Wagshol was trying to buy magazines with large guns from outside the state.
While the FBI and the Norwal Police Department were investigating the tip, they found that Waghol was trying to build his own shotgun and allegedly posted his interest in Facebook to a mass shooting, the statement said. Authorities did not provide details of what the publication said.
Authorities conducted a search warrant at his home and found a variety of weapons, including a gun, a rifle, a laser rifle target, numerous ammunition, bulletproof vests, ballistic missiles, ballistic by the police. Some of the weapons were registered with Waghol's father, but he had access to them, authorities said.
CNN turned to the prosecutor and defense attorney.
He claims to have told his ex "Good 100 kills would be nice"
In a news release, the 25-year-old said he wanted to open fire on a large crowd of people. , the sheriff said in a statement, "A good 100 killings would be nice," one message.