Parents Denied Bail for Michigan Shooter Ethan Crumbley

Ethan Crumbley is the 15-year-old sophomore murderer accused of killing four and injuring many at his Oxford High School in Michigan last year,

The parents of Ethan Crumble who killed four in a high school shooting spree will face criminal charges. Police say they played a role in the deadly school shooting.

Ethan Crumbly is in jail and psychiatric evaluation are now finished and his attorneys are waiting the results. The Daily Mail reported, “ Alleged Michigan high school shooter Ethan Crumbley, 15, may have access to the internet and his own laptop to continue his education online from jail.” Since Ethan’s parents are in jail, only the jail at this time can oversee his education as he is a minor.

His parents appeared in court for a hearing Tuesday to request a lower bond. The judge denied the request. Jennifer and James Crumbly appeared in Oakland County Circuit Court in front of Judge Cheryl A. Matthews.

The parents have drink driving charges against them in their arrest history. The judge was unable today what their charges are at this time. The judge said, “These charges are obviously very serious, the sentencing guidelines indicate a prison term.” “Defendants’ actions were premediated to conceal their whereabouts,” she said. “The defendants were fleeing the jurisdiction.”

Defense lawyers said they will file an appeal in the decision to obtain a pretrial release for their their clients and also see a venue change.

The judge is thinking of an October 24th trial date.

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