Ethan Crumbley latest- Parents of Oxford High School 'shooter' go missing and cops share car pic

ONGOING manhunt for Oxford High School 'shooter' Ethan Crumbley's parents.

Jennifer and James Crumbley are being charged with involuntary manslaughter after the murder and death of four students.

A prosecutor said the couple gave their 15 year old son access to a gun which led the fatal shooting that took place in Oxford High School on November 30, 2021.

A fugitive team began their search as the couple refused to surrender at 2pm.

They are currently being charged with 4 counts of first degree murder and one count of terrorism.

Read our Ethan Crumbley live blog for the very latest news and updates…

  • Danielle Cinone

    'GUN IN BACKPACK'

    Shooting suspect Ethan Crumbley likely had a gun in his backpack during his parents' meeting with school officials just hours before the massacre.

    Oakland County prosecutor Karen McDonald said there was a “very strong possibility” the 15-year-old sophomore had the weapon during Tuesday's discussion about his alarming behavior.

    Prosector McDonald explained that Oxford High School students were using backpacks rather than lockers due to COVID-19.

    She added: "Unfortunately he was allowed to go back to class.

    "We now know he had a weapon with him at that time, and that is simply tragic.”

    Crumbley's parents James and Jennifer were charged with four counts each of involuntary manslaughter on Friday.

  • Danielle Cinone

    JENNIFER CRUMBLEY'S BIZARRE LETTER TO TRUMP

    The mom of accused high school shooter Ethan Crumbley thanked Donald Trump for her "right to bear arms" in a bizarre letter before her son allegedly shot dead four classmates.

    Jennifer Crumbley, 43, uploaded the letter to her blog in November 2016, pleading with the former president to "end Common Core" and revealing her son "struggles" at school.

    She revealed that she was a supporter of Trump's border wall proposal, but countered that she was "not racist" because her grandfather "came straight off the boat in Italy."

    "If you want to be here, work here, live here damnit [sic], f**king earn it and prove it," she added.

    "As a female and a Realtor, thank you for allowing my right to bear arms," the letter continued. "Allowing me to be protected if I show a home to someone with bad intentions. Thank you for respecting that Amendment."

    Jennifer also bemoaned Obamacare doubling her family's insurance premiums, writing the Crumbleys were "good f**king Americans that cannot get ahead.

    "And what makes me sick, is people that come over here from other countries and get free everything," she added.

  • Danielle Cinone

    ETHAN CRUMBLEY HELD AT JUVENILE DETENTION FACILITY

    Ethan Crumbley is currently being held at a juvenile detention facility, where he has been placed on suicide watch – with someone checking on him every 15 minutes. He is set to be arraigned on Wednesday afternoon.

    MacDonald called for better gun laws, saying: "If the incident yesterday with four children being murdered and multiple kids being injured is not enough to revisit our gun laws, I don't know what is."

    Eight others, including a teacher, were injured in the shooting on Tuesday afternoon at the high school in Oxford, Michigan.

    It emerged on Wednesday that it had a deer's head dumped on its grounds and was covered in red paint just days before the shooting.

    Both the sheriff and undersheriff emphasized that Tuesday’s shooting was unrelated to the deer head or any earlier investigation by their office.

    “That was a different incident, different student,” Undersheriff Mike McCabe said.

  • Danielle Cinone

    ETHAN CRUMBLEY'S PARENTS ATTENDED HIS ARRAIGNMENT

    On Wednesday afternoon, the alleged shooter appeared in court via video for his arraignment.

    Crumbley, who was sporting a white face mask and glasses, was seated with his hands handcuffed in front of him and wearing what appeared to be an anti-suicide vest.

    His parents Jennifer and James also attended the arraignment via video.

    The alleged gunman only spoke when asked by the judge to state his name and whether he understood the charges against him.

    During the court hearing, prosecutors revealed that investigators recovered a video of Crumbley recorded the night before where he discussed killing students.

    Crumbley was denied bail and will remain behind bars, isolated from other adult inmates.

    The 15-year-old faces life in prison if found guilty.

  • Danielle Cinone

    'RESPONSIBILITY OF A GUN OWNER'

    Before a Michigan prosecutor filed four counts of involuntary manslaughter charges against each of Ethan Crumbley's parents on Friday, prosecutor Karen McDonald said:

    "With the right of owning a gun comes responsibility and the responsibility of a gun owner is to secure that weapon and to keep it out of the hands of somebody who could kill people.

    "We can provide all the training and put up metal detectors and try to flag behaviors that are concerning in children.

    "But at the end of the day, if we don’t make gun owners responsible for their possession, which most people who own guns do and are in favor of, we all should be responsible.

    "Because if that had be done here, four children would still be here. A community wouldn’t be terrorized and several other children wouldn’t be injured."

  • Danielle Cinone

    CRUMBLEY FAMILY CAR

    The Crumbley family owns a 2021 white Kia Seltos with the license plate DQG5203, according to Michigan Secretary of State records.

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

    The Crumbley's lawyer told the Daily Beast in a statement: "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."

  • Danielle Cinone

    SEARCH UNDERWAY

    As of Friday afternoon, a team is searching for the parents of alleged school shooter Ethan Crumbley.

    It comes on the same day that a Michigan prosecutor filed four counts of involuntary manslaughter charges against each of the 15-year-old's parents.

    Prosecutors are now going to charge Ethan's parents, James and Jennifer Crumbley, following his alleged rampage.

    A fugitive team is reportedly hunting for the parents after they did not surrender at 2pm, as they were scheduled to. They were also set to be arraigned at 4pm.

    Sheriff Michael Bouchard said: "If they think they're gonna get away, they're not."

    The FBI and US Marshals are assisting with the search.

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