Detroit detained the parents of 15-year-old teenager Ethan Crumbly, who on November 30 this year staged a shooting at his school. About it informs NBC News.
As a result of the shooting at a school located in Oxford, Michigan, four people were killed and seven others were injured. The teenager was detained on the spot.
On December 3, Ethan’s parents, James and Jennifer Crumbly, were detained. By data CNN, they are charged with manslaughter. The prosecution suggests that they wanted to go into hiding. The defense, in turn, insists that the couple left Oxford for their own safety. Lawyers emphasize that Crumbley planned to voluntarily surrender to the police.
According to the prosecution, on November 26, James Crumbley bought his son a weapon. Three days later, one of the teachers found Ethan at school looking for patrons on the Internet and informed his mother about it. Jennifer Crumbley ignored this message. On the same day, she wrote to her son: “Haha, I’m not angry with you. You need to learn how to act so that you are not caught. “
It is reported that on November 30, school staff also drew attention to Ethan’s drawing, which depicted a machine gun, a bullet and a wounded person. On the drawings were the inscriptions “Thoughts do not stop, help me”, “My life is useless”, “The world is dead.” In this regard, the parents of the teenager were called to school, but they refused to take him home. On the same day, Ethan opened fire.
The Crumbleys did not plead guilty to their son’s crime. They are currently under arrest.