School Chief: Discipline Not Needed For Boy Before Shooting

Emerson Miller, right, leans on her friend Joselyn's shoulder as they listen to Jessi Holt, pastor at LakePoint Community Church, during a prayer vigil at the church after the Oxford High School school shooting, Tuesday, Nov. 30, 2021, in Oxford, Mich. (Jake May/The Flint Journal via AP)

(AP) — The superintendent of a Michigan school district says no discipline was necessary for a teen who was summoned to the office a few hours before four students were fatally shot.

Tim Throne also acknowledged that Ethan Crumbley’s parents were at Oxford High School on Tuesday, the day of the shooting. Throne didn’t disclose the reason, saying he can’t answer those questions now.  Throne released a 12-minute video Thursday.

Crumbley is charged with murder, terrorism and other crimes. He’s accused of firing a gun at other students.


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