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Fusillade dans une école du Michigan: Ethan Crumbley’s parents ‘missing’ after charges filed

Fusillade dans une école du Michigan: Ethan Crumbley’s parents ‘missing’ after charges filed
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Watch live: Michigan prosecutor announces charges against Ethan Crumbley’s parents in school shooting

Ethan Crumbley’s parents have reportedly gone missing after being charged with involuntary manslaughter over the deadly shooting at Oxford High School in Michigan.

Prosecutor Karen McDonald announced the charges against James and Jennifer Crumbley on Friday, three days after their 15-year-old son allegedly killed four classmates and wounded seven others.

The parents are set to be arraigned at 4pm Friday. pourtant, as of 3pm a fugitive team was reportedly still searching for them to serve arrest warrants. Lawyers for the parents denied reports that they were missing and said they were “returning to the area” for the arraignment.

Ms McDonald revealed new details about contact the school had with the parents before the shooting. Le lundi, the parents were notified that a teacher found Mr Crumbley searching for ammunition. Jennifer allegedly texted him later: "LOL je ne suis pas en colère contre toi, you have to learn not to get caught.”

On Tuesday morning, the parents attended a meeting with Mr Crumbley and administrators after another teacher found a note on his desk with a drawing of a handgun that read: "Les pensées ne s'arrêteront pas, help me.”

The parents allegedly insisted Mr Crumbley return to class, and three hours later he carried out the massacre. When she heard reports of an active shooter, Jennifer Crumbley allegedly texted: “Ethan, don’t do it.”


Parents’ lawyers deny they are on the run

Lawyers for James and Jennifer Crumbley denied the couple are on the run as authorities seeking to serve them with search warrants said they were missing.

Attorneys Shannon Smith and Mariell Lehman told The Independent:

“On Thursday night we contacted the Oakland County prosecutor to discuss this matter and to advise her that James and Jennifer Crumbley would be turning themselves in to be arraigned.

“Instead of communicating with us, the prosecutor held a press conference to announce charges.The Crumbleys left town on the night of the tragic shooting for their own safety.

“They are returning to the area to be arraigned. They are not fleeing from law enforcement despite recent comments in media reports.”

Megan Sheets3 décembre 2021 20:57

Cops ask for public’s help in locating parents

The Oakland County Sheriff’s office issued an alert asking the public for help in locating James and Jennifer Crumbley.

The alert featured new photos of the couple, who are believed to be driving a black 2021 Kia Seltos SUV with the Michigan license plate number DQG 5203.

“The action of fleeing and ignoring their attorney certainly adds weight to the charges. They cannot run from their part in this tragedy,” Sheriff Michael Bouchard said.

<p>James and Jennifer Crumbley in photos released by the Oakland County Sheriff </p>

James and Jennifer Crumbley in photos released by the Oakland County Sheriff

Megan Sheets3 décembre 2021 20:55

Sheriff says parents are trying to ‘flee

Oakland County Sheriff Michael Bouchard shared his belief that James and Jennifer Crumbley are on the run as a fugitive team continued efforts to find the couple.

Il a dit CNN their apparent lack of contact with their attorney indicates “their intent to flee”.

Mr Bouchard said the FBI and the US Marshal Service have joined the search, ajouter: “If they think they are going to get away with it, they are not.”

Megan Sheets3 décembre 2021 20:41

Parents’ attorney hasn’t heard from them

James and Jennifer Crumbley’s attorney, Shannon Smith, told police she hasn’t been able to reach them since charges were filed.

Oakland County Undersheriff Mike McCabe said his team spoke to Ms Smith earlier on Friday.

“Their attorney had assured us that if a decision was made to charge them, she would produce them for arrest,” Mr McCabe said.

After the charges were approved by a judge, McCabe said: “Our last conversation with the attorney was that she had been trying to reach them by phone and text, and they were not responding.”

Megan Sheets3 décembre 2021 20:28

Fugitive team searching for James and Jennifer Crumbley

Oakland County’s Fugitive Apprehension team is reportedly searching for Jennifer and James Crumbley to arrest them on charges of involuntary manslaughter.

A judge signed off on the charges just after 12pm on Friday, after which authorities said they would perform arrests.

pourtant, as of 3pm the parents have not been located and have stopped communicating with their attorney, The Detroit News signalé.

Cops hunt for ‘missing’ parents of Oxford shooting suspect after manslaughter charge

Police are said to be searching for the parents of Oxford school shooting suspect Ethan Crumbley, reported as “missing” after being charged with manslaughter

Megan Sheets3 décembre 2021 20:09

Who are Ethan Crumbley’s parents?

Jennifer and James Crumbley were each charged with four counts of manslaughter on Friday, three days after their son Ethan allegedly carried out a deadly massacre at his school in Oxford, Michigan.

Les indépendants Josh Marcus explains what we know about the couple:

Everything we know about Ethan Crumbley’s parents, who were charged with manslaughter

Ethan Crumbley’s parents bought him a gun, practiced shooting it with him, and had warning signs he was considering violence, selon les fonctionnaires

Megan Sheets3 décembre 2021 19:56

Procureur: ‘I am angry

Prosecutor Karen McDonald expressed anger at the fact that the Oxford High School shooting wasn’t prevented when announcing the charges against James and Jennifer Crumbley on Friday.

“I am angry. I’m angry as a mother, as the prosecutor, I’m angry as a person that lives in this county," elle a dit, noting that simple things could have been done to stop the tragedy.

“It’s impossible not to conclude that there was a reason to believe that [Ethan Crumbley] was going to hurt somebody.”

Elle a continué: “We have great law enforcement and good training, but I said before, four kids were murdered and seven more injured. Donc oui, I think we should all be very angry and we should take a very hard look at what is in place in terms of criminal responsibility, what gun owners are required to do.”

“It’s your responsibility, it’s your duty to make sure that you don’t give access to this deadly weapon to somebody that you have reason to believe is going to harm someone.”

Megan Sheets3 décembre 2021 19:30

ICYMI: Red flags ignored prior to the shooting

As the tight-knit community of Oxford Township, Michigan, struggles to pick up the pieces from Tuesday’s deadly high school shooting, revelations about multiple red flags from the days prior are fuelling an impossible question: why wasn’t something done to prevent this?

Investigators reportedly uncovered a “mountain of evidence” showing suspect Ethan Crumbley plotted his attack well in advance, outlining plans in a journal and sharing his intentions in two videos filmed before the shooting.

His social media accounts were allegedly studded with menacing posts, including a photo of the handgun he used in his rampage and an apparent countdown warning: “Now I become death – destroyer of worlds – see you tomorrow Oxford.”

Teachers at Oxford High School raised concerns about the teen’s behaviour twice in the days leading up to the shooting, les autorités disent. The second time took place on the morning of the shooting, when Mr Crumbley’s parents met with him and administrators at the school.

Students and parents described a sense of unease on the campus in the weeks prior, saying that threats of a violence had been circulating for some time. The school acknowledged the rumours in a letter to parents in mid-November.

When pieced together, these details paint a picture that casts doubt on claims by school administrators and law enforcement that they had no prior knowledge of what would come to take place on Tuesday. Les indépendants Megan Sheets reports:

Ethan Crumbley: Red flags raised before Michigan school shooting spark scrutiny

Revelations about suspect Ethan Crumbley’s menacing social media posts, confessional videos and ‘disturbing’ classroom behaviour have sparked a debate over whether more could have been done to prevent the deadly shooting at Oxford High School. Megan Sheets writes

Megan Sheets3 décembre 2021 19:00

EXPLAINED: The charges against James and Jennifer Crumbley

Ethan Crumbley’s parents James, 45, and Jennifer, 43, have each been charged with four counts of involuntary manslaughter for each of the four students killed in Tuesday’s shooting.

Prosecutor Karen McDonald noted that the charges are the strongest allowed under Michigan law.

The Oakland County Sheriff’s office moved to arrest the couple after a judge signed off on the charges midday Friday. They are scheduled to appear at an arraignment at 4pm.

Les indépendants Megan Sheets reports:

Ethan Crumbley’s parents charged with involuntary manslaughter

Charging decision for Jennifer and James Crumbley comes three days after their son allegedly killed four at Oxford High School

Megan Sheets3 décembre 2021 18:34

Parents’ actions were ‘criminal’, prosecutor says

Prosecutor Karen McDonald said James and Jennifer Crumbley’s failure to prevent Tuesday’s shooting is “criminal”.

“I have tremendous compassion and empathy for parents who have children who are struggling and at risk for whatever reason. And I am no means saying an active shooter situation should always result in a criminal prosecution against parents," elle a dit.

“But the facts of this case are so egregious, reading this document, looking at it, reading the words ‘help me, with a gun, blood everywhere,’ this doesn’t just have impact [au] me as a prosecutor and lawyer, it impacts me as a mother. The notion that a parent could read those words and also know their son had access to a deadly weapon, that they gave him, is unconscionable and I think it’s criminal. It is criminal.”

Ms McDonald said she brought the charges to send a message about the responsibility faced by gun owners.

“When they fail to uphold that responsibility, there are serious and criminal consequences," elle a dit. “As we work together to honour the lives lost and all of those impacted by the evil acts this week, justice for the victims and their families is at the forefront of today’s announcement.

“We need to do better in this country. We need to say enough is enough for our kids, our teachers, parents, for all of us in this community and the communities across this nation.”

Megan Sheets3 décembre 2021 18:10