Dec. 4, AP reports progress on the case of 15-year-old student Ethan Crumbleley in a shooting at Oxford High School in Michigan, United States, killing four. On November 30, the attacker’s parents, James and Jennifer Crumbleley, were arrested at a commercial building in Detroit. The owner of the building is likely to be prosecuted. base for hiding suspects
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The child’s parents disappeared when prosecutors charged him with manslaughter. for ignoring crimes and contributing to dangerous events that result in the death of others Then the authorities have to set the prize money to bring the 300,000 baht.
Parents who committed the shooting in the school were also prosecuted. It’s a rare case in the US. Although the guns used by minors in the crimes are often from the homes of their parents or relatives.
The investigation of this case found that The parents clearly did not help prevent their children from committing violence at school. After the teacher saw Mr. Ethan look up information about the bullet over the phone. School officials then found a drawing of a gun and Mr Ethan’s text on the desk, writing “Can’t Stop Thinking Help” and another picture of a bullet. with the message that “Blood goes everywhere.”
Officers hurriedly summoned Mr. Ethan and his parents to meet. and asked to bring Mr. Ethan to counseling within 48 hours, but Ms Jennifer Crumbled sent a message to her son saying “I’m not mad at you. But you have to learn how to not get caught.” Furthermore, neither Mr. and Mrs. Crumbled asked nor checked. Did you bring a gun? This act is therefore tantamount to a crime.
After Mr. Ethan caused the incident Jennifer then texted her son, “Ethan, don’t do it,” while Mr James called 911 that her gun was missing from a drawer in her bedroom. which has no lock And you’re probably a sniper in an Oxford school incident.
Oakland District Attorney Karen McDonald said the children’s parents had acted horribly. by buying the said gun that the child used to cause the crime on Black Friday or the first Friday after Thanksgiving, which falls on Nov. 26
2 lawyers representing the husband and wife issued a statement saying The Crumbled husband and wife did not escape the authorities. But the two left the city for safety reasons and intend to return to acknowledge the charges.
Officials said they could track the couple’s whereabouts. but later unable to track down because the phone is turned off
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