It's been one-year since four teenagers at Oxford High School in Michigan went to school and never came home. Tate Myre, Hana St. Juliana, Madisyn Baldwin, and Justin Shilling were the four students who were shot and killed inside the halls of their high school by a fellow student. At 12:51 p.m. on Nov. 30, 2021 - a gunman pulled a handgun out of his backpack and started shooting. The Oxford Strong community remembered the unforgettable smiles and precious souls of the victims killed in last year's high school shooting. Four of their own gone, but never forgotten.
A school guidance counselor who met with Oxford High School shooting suspect Ethan Crumbley before the incident testified about a meeting he had with Crumbley's parents, James and Jennifer Crumbley, who are charged with involuntary manslaughter in connection to the shooting. The counselor, Shawn Hopkins, said the couple "weren't friendly or showing care" to Ethan Crumbley during the meeting, and appeared to resist taking him for treatment, saying they needed to work.
The Oakland County Sheriff spoke Saturday afternoon during a press conference to give updates on the investigation into the Oxford High School shooting and the facts surrounding the arrest of Jennifer and James Crumbley in the City of Detroit.
Days after four students were shot and killed at Oxford High School in Michigan, the teen gunman's parents could be facing charges. Oakland County Prosecutor Karen McDonald said she will make a decision soon on charges against James and Jennifer Crumbley. The Crumbleys appeared via Zoom in court Wednesday for the hearing of their son, 15-year-old Ethan Crumbley. Police say James Crumbley bought the Sig Sauer 9mm handgun allegedly used in the shooting just four days before – purchased legally at a local shop, it was possibly a Christmas present for Ethan.