The parents of a Michigan school shooting suspect, who once lived in the Jacksonville area, were being investigated by police on Friday after authorities charged him with involuntary mansions.
James and Jennifer Cranby’s lawyers said the couple wouldn’t run away and would withdraw, but the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office, Michigan. Issued an alert Ask people to monitor the family’s black Kia Seltos SUV.
The policeman Noon court hearing He told the judge that the couple were not detained.
“The act of escaping and ignoring their lawyers certainly weighs on prosecution,” Oakland County Sheriff Michael Bushar said in a statement Friday. “They cannot escape their role in this tragedy.”
The Oakland County Fugitive Team, along with other agencies, was looking for a couple as of Friday afternoon.
Their son, 15-year-old Ethan Cranby, was charged with shooting at Oxford High School this week, killing four teens and injuring the other seven.
Crumbleys lawyers said the couple had not escaped after the shooting on Tuesday, but left the town “for their own safety.”
“Thursday night, we contacted the Oakland County Prosecutor to discuss the issue and advised her that James and Jennifer Cranby would be prosecuted. The prosecutor contacted us. Instead, we held a press conference to announce the indictment, “said lawyers Shannon Smith and Mariel Lehman.
Shooting happened after the father bought a pistol that seems to have been used
The shooting took place a few days after James Cranby purchased the 9mm Sig Sauer pistol, which was believed to have been used for the shooting. School officials met with Ethan Cranby and his parents on concerns about portraying gun violence on the morning of the shooting, but prosecutors believe he kept the weapons purchased by his father, the prosecutor. He said he sent him back to the classroom without looking for his bag.
James (45) and Jennifer Cranby (43) lived in the Jacksonville area in the early 2000s when their son was born. Jennifer was from Michigan, but James was born in Florida and married in 2005 at Hannah Park, where he lived in Atlantic Beach, according to records showing that he still has a family in the Jacksonville area. WJXT TV-4 reported that James Crumbleyatte attended Fletcher High School from 1990 to 1994, according to his LinkedIn page.
NS Submission to the Probate Court This year, for the property of his deceased mother, Gale Cranby, he listed James as his son and three daughters, and his address was in Welaka, Atlantic Beach, Putnam County, Jacksonville.
There is no sign that the couple lived in Jacksonville for about 10 years. When Gail Cranby’s Atlantic Beach home was sold this year, James signed a certificate on his share of property in front of a Notary in Oakland County and transferred it to his family here.
This report contains materials from the Detroit Free Press.
This article was originally published in The Florida Times Union: Shooting at a school in Michigan: Indicted parents have a relationship with Jacksonville