Parents Of The Accused Michigan School Shooter Captured, Bond Set At A Combined $1 Million
PONTIAC, Mich. (AP) —A judge has imposed a combined $1 million bond for the parents of the Michigan teen charged with killing four students at Oxford High School, hours after police said they were caught hiding in a commercial building.
James and Jennifer Crumbley entered not guilty pleas to each of the four involuntary manslaughter counts against them during a hearing Saturday held on Zoom.
Judge Julie Nicholson assigned bond of $500,000 apiece to each of the parents and placed other requirements such as GPS monitoring, agreeing with prosecutors that they posed a flight risk.
Original Story (12/3/21):
CHARLOTTE, N.C. – The FBI, U.S. Marshals and authorities in Michigan are searching for the parents of the suspect in a deadly school shooting. Attorneys for James and Jennifer Crumbley say the couple left town after Tuesday’s shooting for “their own safety,” and are allegedly returning to the area to be arraigned.
The couple is facing involuntary manslaughter charges in Tuesday’s shooting at Oxford High School. The Oakland County Sheriff says law enforcement is ready to make an arrest.
Four teens were killed in Tuesday’s shooting at Oxford High School. 15-year-old Ethan Crumbley is charged, as an adult, with four counts of first-degree murder and terrorism, among other charges.
And here in Charlotte, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools has ordered clear backpacks for high schools to help cut down on weapons in schools. Superintendent Earnest Winston sent a note to parents Friday, outlining school safety measures. At least 18 firearms have been found on CMS campuses this year.
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