Ethan Crumbley pleads not guilty in Oxford High School shooting as new warning signs revealed

Ethan Crumbley pleads not guilty in Oxford High School shooting as new warning signs revealed

Ethan Crumbley pleads not guilty in Oxford High School shooting as new warning signs revealed

The Metro says Ethan Crumbley, the 15-year-old suspected of opening gunfire at Oxford High School, pleaded not guilty to killing four of his classmates in a rampage that devastated an entire community.

Crumbley, who is being charged as an adult and remains locked up with no bond, made a brief video appearance in Oakland County Circuit Court on Wednesday. During the video arraignment his lawyer requested a not guilty plea be entered on his behalf.

The quick court appearance comes as new details emerged in a lawsuit filed about Crumbley’s actions leading up to the November 30 school shooting.

https://metro.co.uk/2022/01/12/ethan-crumbley-pleads-not-guilty-in-oxford-school-shooting-15908839/


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