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Before Oxford shooting, officials repeatedly told parents school was safe

A high school teacher spotted the teen charged in the Oxford High School shootings searching online during class for ammunition and flagged school officials before the 15-year-old allegedly shot and killed four students, according to Oakland County Prosecutor Karen McDonald.  "There was absolute reason to believe this individual was dangerous and disturbed and I'll leave it at that," McDonald said...
OAKLAND COUNTY, MI
BBC

Michigan school shooting: Suspect's parents arrested in Detroit

The parents of a teenager suspected of a school shooting that left four dead have been arrested in Detroit hours after going on the run, say US media. James and Jennifer Crumbley had failed to show up in court on Friday after being charged with involuntary manslaughter. The couple are...
PUBLIC SAFETY
ABC7 Chicago

Michigan school officials met with parents of alleged gunman over behavior concerns day of shooting

CHICAGO (WLS) -- Four dead students are memorialized in Oxford, Michigan, by four sprays of holiday greens tied with black ribbon hanging on the high school fence. The question some are asking: was this attack preventable? School officials met with Ethan Crumbley, the accused student gunman, and his parents the day before and the morning of the shooting. Police apparently were not notified.
MICHIGAN STATE
ClickOnDetroit.com

Bakehouse46 opens in former Ann Arbor Cupcake Station location

ANN ARBOR, Mich. – Having opened on Friday, Bakehouse46 is the newest member of the Ann Arbor food scene. A collaborative venture by the Michigan companies Cupcake Station and Blakes Farms, the Liberty Street location sells a range of items including specialty cupcakes and Blakes Farms cider mill and doughnuts.
ANN ARBOR, MI
13abc.com

Last of 10 defendants sentenced in Toledo-area drug conspiracy

TOLEDO, Ohio (WTVG) - The man accused of being the leader of a drug conspiracy in Toledo was sentenced earlier this week in federal court to 390 months in federal prison. Terrance Allen, 27, was the tenth and final defendant to be sentenced in the case. He trafficked more than a kilogram of heroin and more than 400 grams of fentanyl from March 2018 through March 2019 in the Toledo area.
TOLEDO, OH
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