Law enforcement agency The prosecutor Massacre Last week at Oxford High School, 15-year-old Ethan Cranby was caught in a Google bullet the day before the tragedy and was found in a photo. Depict violence It said, “I can’t stop thinking. Help me.”
However, former neighbors of James and Jennifer Cranby, who are now in Oakland County prison with their son, complain to the Detroit Free Press as Cranby began showing behavior many years ago to child protection services. He said he began to sue.
“When they were gone, he started knocking on our doors,” said Keila Lemu. newspaper Of Ethan when his parents left him alone at home to go out for a drink at the bar in 2014 and 2015. “They didn’t leave him on the phone.”
LeMieux said her parents continued to leave her son alone at home, even after she filed a complaint and confronted them about it.
“Even after calling CPS, they were still doing it, and even I seemed to be saying something to them, so it was really then that I finally started saying more,” she said. Said Detroit Free Press.
The child protection service did not respond to a request for comment on Monday.
A Michigan sheriff contacted the “Person of Interest” associated with the building in which the debris was found, and the lawyer said:
James and Jennifer Cranby were arrested early Saturday morning and charged with four unintentional manslaughter charges.
Oakland County prosecutor Karen McDonald detailed the indictment on Friday, and Jennifer Cranby posted about buying a gun for her son the day before the shooting at school, after catching a Google bullet in class. He said he sent a casual message.
“Instead of reacting to it as a worried parent and worrying about safety, Mrs. Crumble sent a text message,” LOL, I’m not angry. Don’t get caught next time, “McDonald said. ..
According to McDonald’s, James Cranby bought a 9mm sigzauer just four days before shooting, and Jennifer took him to the shooting range for “Mother and Child Day.”
Violent drawings allegedly persuaded civil servants by Michigan school shooters were harmless pursuits
When the teacher found a disturbing picture on Tuesday morning, his parents were called to school, but they refused to take his son home and did not inform the school about the gun.
After the shooting began, Jennifer Cranby sent a text message to her son, “Ethan shouldn’t do that,” McDonald’s said.
McDonald’s claimed in court on Saturday that he was deliberately trying to avoid law enforcement when Crumbles disappeared on Friday, but their lawyers argued that the couple had been isolated for safety.
Bonds were set at $ 500,000 for each of Crumble’s parents while their son was detained with a $ 5 million bond.
Ethan Crumbley has been charged with shooting 16-year-old Tate Myre, 14-year-old Hana St. Juliana, 17-year-old Madisyn Baldwin, and 15-year-old Justin Shilling.