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Oxford High School shooting victim Tate Myre's family, others sue Crumbleys, school staff

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Oakland County prosecutor Karen McDonald on Tuesday afternoon answered questions from press following a probable cause conference for James and Jennifer Crumbley. A new lawsuit has been filed against Ethan Crumbley, the suspect in the Nov. 30 shooting at Oxford High School in Michigan, as well as his parents and school staff on behalf of four victims' families. The parents of four Oxford High School students, including deceased 16-year-old Tate Myre, as well as minors Keegan Gregory, Sophia Kempen and Grace Kempen, are accusing James and Jennifer Crumbley and school staff of negligence. "Today's the 58th morning we've woken up without Tater. Tomorrow with be the 59th. Our family will never be the same."


Oxford High School shooting suspect Ethan Crumbley to use insanity legal defense

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The parents of several Oxford High School students, including deceased Tate Myre, have filed a lawsuit against shooting suspect Ethan Crumbley, his parents and school staff. Crumbley, 15, is accused of fatally shooting four students and injuring seven others at Oxford High School on Nov. 30. His defense attorneys Paulette Loftin and Amy Hopp said in a court filing that their client "intends to assert the defense of insanity at the time of the alleged offense" in the filing, according to the Detroit Free Press. Loftin did not immediately respond to an inquiry from Fox News Digital. Ethan Crumbley, 15, allegedly shot and killed four students and injured seven others at Oxford High School.


Oxford school shooting: Superintendent Tim Throne delays retirement amid tragedy

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Oakland County prosecutor Karen McDonald on Tuesday afternoon answered questions from press following a probable cause conference for James and Jennifer Crumbley. His last day was scheduled for Jan. "Like many of our administrators, staff members, and families, I have been totally consumed by this tragedy. Additionally, many of our families and staff members have understandably asked me about the status of my retirement," Thorne wrote in a letter to the school community. He continued: "Trying to support our families, staff and community members as they grieve as well as supporting the safe and slow return to school has been my mission as your superintendent. I want to thank our community and staff for rallying together through this challenging ordeal. We have also appreciated the support, prayers and encouragement from people within Oxford, across our state, and around the world."


Suspected Michigan school shooter Ethan Crumbley probable cause conference adjourned

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Michigan school shooting suspect Ethan Crumbley appeared in court Monday afternoon for a probable cause conference that was adjourned until Jan. 7. Monday's hearing in an Oakland County court is in preparation for the next hearing on Dec. 20, when the judge will hear evidence and decide whether to send Crumbley to trial. The case was adjourned while defense attorneys comb through additional evidence. Prosecutors said they have more than 500 pages of evidence, including video and witness statements. Crumbley is suspected of fatally shooting four students and injuring seven others at Oxford High School on Nov. 30. Attorneys for Crumbley requested the 15-year-old be sent to a juvenile detention center.


Oxford High School denied Michigan attorney general's shooting investigation offer: 'Extremely disappointed'

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The Oxford Community School District denied Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel's offer to conduct a third-party investigation into the Nov. 30 school shooting that left four students dead and seven others injured, according to Nessel's office. The attorney general said Monday she was "extremely disappointed" that the school district declined her offer to "devote the full resources of the Department of Attorney General to review the events leading up to and on Nov. 30." "This tragedy demands a united effort from all of us who serve the Oxford community," she said in a statement. "Despite this outcome, my department will continue to support the ongoing criminal investigation in Oakland County and looks forward to meeting with parents, students and teachers when they are ready to share their thoughts. To that end, we also remain committed to evaluating opportunities for our department to ensure that students in Oxford – and across Michigan – receive the protection they deserve and that guns are kept out of our schools."