Parents are in Court for a Michigan School Shooting
By Sania Husain
Yesterday, the parents of a 15-year-old suspect for a Michigan school shooting pleaded innocent to charges of involuntary manslaughter.
The parents, Jennifer and James Crumbley were the only individuals who had access to the weapon that was used by their son.
Michael McCabe, the county’s undersheriff, reported that a business owner saw Jennifer in a parking lot during an extensive search.
After the business owner called 911, Jennifer “fled on foot”, according to McCabe
Seven students were injured and 4 were murdered during the shooting.
After the announcement of the shooting, the parents were not seen for several hours.
In court, the judge set a $500,000 bail bond for the couple.
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