The parents of a 15-year-old Michigan student killed 4 students in a school shooting. Their parents were arrested after hiding in a warehouse. They have just been arraigned for 4 counts of manslaughter.
Jennifer with James Crubley A whistleblower was arrested after contacting the police, stating that their SUV was located in a parking lot connected to the warehouse. The police said they appeared “very painful” during their arrest. The police chief said they were wearing hoodies and looked “very depressed”.
The Crumbleys were charged with 4 counts of manslaughter—the 4 students who were murdered each had one count—each of which carries a maximum sentence of 15 years in prison.
These allegations are unusual and may even be unprecedented. The authorities said that the parents knew their son, Ethan Crubley, Had serious mental health problems, but just a few days before he shot, they bought him a gun. School officials were very worried that the boy who brought him and his parents in before the shooting did not know he had a gun in his backpack.
The day after Thanksgiving, Ethan and his father went to a gun store and bought a 9mm Sig Sauer pistol. Ethan called it “my new beauty” on social media.
On the Monday after Thanksgiving, a teacher saw Ethan look up information about ammunition on the Internet and told his mother, but she did not appear panicked. In fact, she sent a text message to her son, “Haha, I am not angry with you. You must learn not to be caught.” The next day, he shot and killed 4 classmates from Oxford High School.
The parents have pleaded not guilty.