MI School Shooting: Suspect Gun Had Seven Bullets Left

Parents walk away with their kids from the Meijer's parking lot in Oxford where many students gathered following an active shooter situation at Oxford High School, Tuesday, Nov. 30, 2021, in Oxford, Mich. Police took a suspected shooter into custody and there were multiple victims, the Oakland County Sheriff's office said. (Eric Seals/Detroit Free Press via AP)

New details in a deadly Michigan school shooting reveal there could have been seven more victims. That’s how many bullets were left in the suspect’s gun when he was arrested yesterday.

Deputies arrived within three minutes after more than 100 calls to 911. They say the 15-year-old fired at least 12 rounds with a gun his dad had just bought last week. The teen is not talking to investigators and reportedly on suicide watch.

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