The parents of a 15-year old accused of fatally shooting four classmates were found in distress early Saturday morning. The father and mother are now under arrest for their involvement in this crime, police said at the press conference where they announced that two other people have been taken into custody as well on charges related to assisting them fleeing authorities.
It’s now been a full day since authorities have found Jennifer and James Crumbley, but they’re not giving up hope just yet. A citizen contacted police with information about the couple’s vehicles being sighted near their home in Bellevue Friday morning which led officers straight to this building – hopefully, it will be enough.
The car was discovered around 11:15 p.m. by the Oakland County Undersheriff’s Office, and the Crumbleys were found two hours later at 1:15 a.m.
The man who owned the building arrived and saw that someone had parked in his back lot, so he went to investigate. When McCabe heard this happen next door at work she told him everything they’d been through together- how much more there was still left to tell.
The Oakland County Prosecutor announced charges on Friday for the parents responsible in connection with this week’s shooting at Oxford High School. Each is charged four counts of involuntary manslaughter, and their son -Ethan- has been accused unleashing gunfire inside hallways that killed four classmates plus injured seven others including a teacher.
The victims were Justin Shilling, 17, Tate Myre, 16, Hana St. Juliana, 14, and Madisyn Baldwin, 17.
As an adult, Ethan was charged with more than two dozen crimes – including murder, attempted murder, and terrorism causing death.