According to the student’s statements, it appears that the “motive” is familiar too.
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“Tuesday afternoon, at around 12:50 pm, a 15-year-old boy opened fire inside his high school in a small town called Oxford, about 40 miles outside of Detroit. Four people have died, and the alleged shooter is in custody.”
The boy’s name is Ethan Crumble, and he lived about two miles from Oxford High School.
Here’s his mugshot.
Ethan used his father’s new 9mm gun to shoot up the school. His father just bought it last week, and this is the photo Ethan posted on Instagram.
” Crumbley lives with his parents James and Jennifer in a small home in Oxford, less than two miles from where he opened fire on Tuesday, killing Tate Myre, 16, Hana St Juliana, 14, and 17-year-old Madisyn Baldwin. A fourth boy, Justin Shilling, 17, died in the hospital on Wednesday morning,” The Daily Mail reported.
“Crumbley’s motive for the shooting remains unconfirmed by police, but kids at the school say he was being bullied. In the days before Tuesday’s attack, he posted on Instagram to boast about his father’s new Sig Sauer 9mm handgun, pretending it was his.
“Ethan is not cooperating with the police, and neither are his parents.”
His parents James and Jennifer have hired him an attorney who has advised him to plead the fifth.
Prosecutors have announced that Crumbley will be charged as an adult with four counts of murder and domestic terror among a total of 24 charges. They’ve also suggested that they may charge his father for not keeping his gun and ammunition out of his reach.”
Oakland County Prosecutor Karen D. McDonald said there was a ‘mountain’ of evidence against Crumbley so far.
‘Shortly, we’ll be announcing whether or not there will be other charges. We know that owning a gun means securing it properly, locking it and keeping ammo separate and not allowing access to others, particularly minors.
What is this system doing to our children? So many violent attacks, so much bullying instead of friendship… Where is this leading?!