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  • Authorities are searching for the Michigan school shooting suspect’s parents who were scheduled to be arraigned on involuntary manslaughter charges.
  • The suspect’s father bought the weapon recovered in the attack four days before the shooting, the prosecutor said. She called the parents’ actions “egregious.”
  • The 15-year-old suspect accused of killing four students in an Oxford, Michigan, school was charged – as an adult – with four counts of first-degree murder and terrorism, among other charges.

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The Crumbleys didn't show for their arraignment today. Here's what you need to know.

Jennifer and James Crumbley — the parents of the 15-year-old accused of killing four students at an Oxford, Michigan, high school earlier this week — are not yet in custody after prosecutors announced involuntary manslaughter charges against them earlier today.

The Crumbleys, who were scheduled to be arraigned at 4 p.m. ET today, are considered fugitives, according to Oakland County undersheriff Michael McCabe.

If you’re just reading in now, here’s what you need to know:

  • The charges: James and Jennifer Crumbley were charged Friday with four counts each of homicide involuntary manslaughter following the deadly school shooting. Oakland County prosecutor Karen McDonald said James Crumbley bought the gun four days before it was used in the shooting. She also outlined a chilling progression of events before the Tuesday attack.
  • About the search: The Oakland County Sheriff’s Office released images of Jennifer and James Crumbley as well as the vehicle they may be driving: a black 2021 Kia Seltos SUV with the Michigan license plate number DQG 5203. McCabe said he is confident the couple will be found and it’s a “matter of when.”
  • Attorneys say parents did not flee: Two attorneys working with Jennifer and James Crumbley said the couple left town on the night of the shooting “for their own safety” and are not fleeing.
  • About the shooting: The Crumbleys’ son is accused of killing four students at Oxford High School on Tuesday and injuring another seven people. He was taken into custody shortly after the shooting. He has been charged – as an adult – with four counts of first-degree murder and terrorism, among other charges.

US Marshals acknowledge participation in the search for the Crumbleys

The US Marshals Service acknowledges it is working with the Oakland County Sheriff to help locate Jennifer and James Crumbley. 

“The U.S. Marshals have adopted the case of the search for James and Jennifer Crumbley, the parents of the accused Oxford High School (Michigan) shooter,” the service said in a statement, “The U.S. Marshals Detroit Fugitive Apprehension team is working in conjunction with the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office to bring these individuals to justice.”

The Crumbleys — the parents of the 15-year-old student accused of killing four people during a shooting at Oxford High School in Oxford, Michigan — face involuntary manslaughter charges in the Tuesday shooting. Their son is charged with murder, terrorism and other charges in the shooting.

James Crumbley bought the semiautomatic handgun recovered in the attack four days before the shooting, the prosecutor said. She called the parents’ actions “egregious.”

Michigan sheriff says he was unaware charges were being filed against parents of accused shooter

Oakland County, Michigan, sheriff Michael Bouchard said he did not know that charges were going to be filed against James and Jennifer Crumbley until he heard about it in the media.

“We didn’t know that charges were issued until we started hearing from the press that there was going to be a press conference about charges,” he said in an interview with Hallie Jackson on MSNBC Friday.

“If we knew, if we knew that there was a high likelihood of charges, especially serious charges, you know, obviously, that’s where you begin to differentiate how many resources you devote to it,” he said. “Because again, we’ve got a ton of our folks very much involved in the investigation of the actual shooting. So, we would have had to pull people off of that investigation to begin working on a surveillance which we would have done if there was an indication that serious you know, felonious charges may be forthcoming.” 

When Jackson asked Bouchard if he was frustrated that he was not given notice about the charges, he said, “That’s an understatement.”

He continued, “We’re working on a relationship. The prosecutor is new. And we’re doing our best to make sure that these kinds of things and communication happens in a more fluid way. That’s the best I can tell you,” Bouchard said.

The Crumbleys — the parents of the 15-year-old student accused of killing four people during a shooting at Oxford High School in Oxford, Michigan — face involuntary manslaughter charges in the Tuesday shooting. Their son is charged with murder, terrorism and other charges in the shooting.

James Crumbley bought the semiautomatic handgun recovered in the attack four days before the shooting, the prosecutor said. She called the parents’ actions “egregious.”

The Crumbleys are not in custody and are considered fugitives, official says

The Crumbleys are not yet in custody and considered fugitives, according to Oakland County undersheriff Michael McCabe.

The undersheriff is confident the couple will be found and it’s a “matter of when.”

Jennifer and James Crumbley, the parents of the Michigan high school shooting suspect, were scheduled to be arraigned at 4 p.m. ET today.

Earlier today, court administrator Amy Luce said that if they were not in court by 4:30 p.m. ET, there would be no arraignment today. If the Crumbley’s are taken into custody tomorrow, there could be an arraignment from Oakland County jail, as there will be no one at the courthouse tomorrow, according to Luce.

The Crumbleys face involuntary manslaughter charges in the Tuesday shooting at Oxford High School in Oakland County, Michigan. Their 15-year-old son is charged with murder, terrorism and other charges in the shooting.

James Crumbley bought the semiautomatic handgun recovered in the attack four days before the shooting, the prosecutor said. She called the parents’ actions “egregious.”

Suspect's parents did not flee and are returning soon, their attorneys say

Two attorneys working with Jennifer and James Crumbley, the parents of the Michigan school shooting suspect, say the couple left town on the night of the shooting “for their own safety” and are not fleeing.

“On Thursday night we contacted the Oakland County prosecutor to discuss this matter and to advise her that James and Jennifer Crumbley would be turning themselves in to be arraigned. Instead of communicating with us, the prosecutor held a press conference to announce charges,” attorneys Shannon Smith and Mariell Lehman said in a statement.

“The Crumbleys left town on the night of the tragic shooting for their own safety. They are returning to the area to be arraigned. They are not fleeing from law enforcement despite recent comments in media reports,” the attorneys added.

If the Crumbleys are not taken into custody and in court by 4:30 p.m., there will be no arraignment today, according to court administrator Amy Luce.

If they are taken into custody tomorrow, there could be an arraignment from Oakland County jail, as there will be no one at the courthouse tomorrow, Luce said.

Officials believe the parents are traveling in a black 2021 Kia Seltos SUV

Jennifer and James Crumbley, the parents of the 15-year-old charged with murder in Tuesday’s school shooting in Michigan, may be driving in a black 2021 Kia Seltos SUV, the Oakland County Sheriff’s office announced.

The Crumbleys, who are missing, were charged Friday with four counts each of homicide involuntary manslaughter following the deadly school shooting. Their son is accused of killing four fellow students at the Oxford High School Tuesday.

Their car has the Michigan license plate number DQG 5203, officials said.

Earlier today, Oakland County Sheriff Michael Bouchard cautioned people against approaching the missing couple if they spot them.

When asked if Bouchard is concerned the couple may be armed, he acknowledged “anything is possible.”

Every available resource is dedicated to locating them, the sheriff said.

Michigan authorities ask for public's help in finding suspect's parents

The Oakland County Sheriff’s Office has released images of Jennifer and James Crumbley, the parents of the Michigan school shooting suspect, as well as the vehicle they may be driving: a black 2021 Kia Seltos SUV with the Michigan license plate number DQG 5203.

They were each charged earlier Friday with four counts of homicide involuntary manslaughter.

US Marshals and FBI are involved in search for Ethan Crumbley’s parents, sheriff says

Crumbley's patents are seen via a video call during their son's arraignment on December 1.

When asked if Ethan Crumbley’s parents are missing, Oakland County, Michigan, Sheriff Michael Bouchard told CNN that is “correct.”

“If they think they are going to get away, they are not,” Bouchard told CNN’s Victor Blackwell Friday.

Bouchard said officers are working with FBI partners and the US Marshal Service. CNN has reached out to both for comment.

The Crumbleys’ attorney was working with law enforcement to make themselves available for arrest once charges were announced, according to the sheriff, who added that the couple is no longer communicating with the attorney.

“It’s indicative their intent to flee,” Bouchard said.

When asked if Bouchard is concerned the couple may be armed, he acknowledged “anything is possible,” and he cautioned people should not approach the couple.

Every available resource is dedicated to locating them, the sheriff said.

The couple were not under surveillance until “it got closer to last night,” when charges were pending and detectives began the process of monitoring them. There was no early surveillance on them prior because no charges were pending.

Bouchard could not answer if the couple was in Michigan when they appeared by video during their son’s arraignment earlier this week.

When asked about the exact time his department last knew the location of the Crumbleys, the sheriff said, “I’d have to actually talk to the detectives to find out where they last communicated with them or where they last had them. I mean, this obviously just recently happened.”

Police are searching for Michigan school shooting suspect's parents

Police are currently searching for Michigan school shooting suspect Ethan Crumbley’s parents just hours before they are scheduled to be arraigned on involuntary manslaughter charges, according to authorities.

The county prosecutor said his father bought the gun four days before it was used in the shooting. The suspect was with him and later posted on social media about the gun, calling it “my new beauty.”

"I am angry": Prosecutor says simple things could have prevented Michigan school shooting

In the wake of the school shooting at Oxford High School, Oakland County Prosecutor Karen McDonald said she is angry.

“I am angry. I’m angry as a mother, as the prosecutor, I’m angry as a person that lives in this county,” she said, at a news conference where she announced charges against the parents of the suspected shooter.

She said that while there was a “perfectly executed response” by the school during the active shooting event, there were a lot of simple things that could have prevented the tragedy from happening.

“We have great law enforcement and good training, but I said before, four kids were murdered and seven more injured. So yes, I think we should all be very angry and we should take a very hard look at what is in place in terms of criminal responsibility, what gun owners are required to do,” McDonald said.

She said, “I am not here to say that people shouldn’t own guns.” McDonald added that she hopes that the involuntary manslaughter charges send a message about the responsibility of gun ownership.

“It’s your responsibility, it’s your duty to make sure that you don’t give access to this deadly weapon to somebody that you have reason to believe is going to harm someone,” McDonald said.

She added that looking at the evidence uncovered in the investigation so far, it’s the prosecutions position that “it’s impossible not to conclude that there was a reason to believe that he was going to hurt somebody.”

Prosecutor outlines timeline leading to charges against Michigan school shooting suspect's parents

During a Friday news conference, Oakland County Prosecutor Karen McDonald detailed events leading up to charges of involuntary manslaughter against the parents of Oxford High School shooting suspect Ethan Crumbley.

McDonald called the actions of the parents, James and Jennifer Crumbley, “egregious,” saying that “gun owners have a responsibility.”

Four students died in Tuesday’s shooting.

Here’s a timeline of how the events unfolded, according to the prosecutor:

  • Nov. 26: Ethan Crumbley’s father, James Crumbley, purchased a gun with his son present. 
  • On or about Nov. 26: Ethan Crumbley posted photos of a semi-automatic gun on social media with a caption: “Just got my new beauty today. SIG SAUER 9mm.”
  • On or about Nov. 27: Jennifer Crumbley, Ethan Crumbley’s mother, made a social media post that read, “mom and son day testing out his new Christmas present.”
  • Nov. 29: A teacher at Oxford High School observed Ethan searching for ammunition on his phone and reported that information to school officials. His parents did not reply when the school attempted to contact them. Later, Jennifer Crumbley exchanged texts with Ethan stating, “LOL I’m not mad at you. You have to learn not to get caught.”
  • Nov. 30: On the morning of the shooting, Ethan’s teacher came across a note that “alarmed her to the point that she took a picture of it on her cell phone.” The note contained “a drawing of a semiautomatic handgun pointing at the words ‘the thoughts won’t stop. help me.’” Also included in the note was a drawing of a bullet with “blood everywhere” written above it. Between the gun and the bullet is a drawing of a person who appears to have been shot twice and bleeding with a laughing emoji under it. The note also has “my life is useless” and “the world is dead” scrawled on it.
  • The parents were “immediately summoned to the school.” A school counselor removed Ethan from class with his backpack and obtained the note, but the drawings of the gun, bloody figure and writings were all “altered.” At the meeting with school officials, his parents were shown the drawing and were told they had to submit their son to counseling within 48 hours. His parents did not ask the whereabouts of the gun and did not to inspect his backpack for the gun which he had with him, according to McDonald. His parents “resisted” the idea of taking Ethan out of school and left without him.

Read more about the charges against the parents here.

Prosecutor: Suspect's parents left school without son after being told of his behavior morning of shooting

Oakland County, Michigan, Prosecutor Karen McDonald outlined some of the key events that took place on the day of the shooting.

A teacher of shooting suspect, Ethan Crumbley, found a note on his desk on the morning of the shooting that “alarmed her to the point she took a picture of it on her cell phone.”

She said the note included a drawing of a semiautomatic handgun pointing at the words, “the thoughts won’t stop, help me.” The note also included a section with a drawing of a bullet with the words “blood everywhere.”

The parents of the suspect “were immediately summoned” to the school, McDonald said. The prosecutor noted that the suspect altered the note before it was retrieved by a counselor.

“At the meeting James and Jennifer Crumbley were shown the drawing and were advised that they were required to get the — their son into counseling within 48 hours,” she said.

The prosecutor said the parents “failed to ask their son if he had his gun with him or where his gun was located and failed to inspect his backpack for the presence of the gun which he had with him.”

The parents resisted the idea of their son leaving the school at that time and they left the school without him, she added. He was returned to the classroom.

Prosecutor on why she filed charges against suspect's parents: "The facts of this case are so egregious"

Oakland County Prosecutor Karen McDonald explained why she decided to file charges against the parents.

“I have tremendous compassion and empathy for parents who have children struggling,” she said Friday at a news conference. “I am, by no means, saying that an active shooter situation should always result in a criminal prosecution against parents. But the facts of this case are so egregious.”

She added: “This doesn’t just impact me as a prosecutor and lawyer, it impacts me as a mother. The notion that a parent could read those words and also know that their son had access to a deadly weapon that they gave him is unconscionable. And I think it’s criminal.” 

Shooting suspect's parents expected to be arraigned on charges at 4 p.m. ET Friday

Oxford High School shooting suspect Ethan Crumbley’s parents are expected to be arraigned at 4 p.m. ET Friday on four counts of involuntary manslaughter.

Lt. Tim Willis, head of the special investigations unit at the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office, presented the charges to Judge Julie Nicholson, who signed off on the charges.

Willis told reporters after the proceeding that law enforcement is planning to arrest the parents.  

Actions of Michigan school shooting suspect's parents were "criminal," prosecutor says

Oakland County Prosecutor Karen McDonald said charging the parents of the Michigan high school shooting suspect Ethan Crumbley with four counts each of involuntary manslaughter sends a message that “gun owners have a responsibility.”

“When they fail to uphold that responsibility, there are serious and criminal consequences. As we work together to honor the lives lost and all of those impacted by the evil acts this week, justice for the victims and their families is at the forefront of today’s announcement. We need to do better in this country. We need to say enough is enough for our kids, our teachers, parents, for all of us in this community and the communities across this nation,” McDonald said in a news conference.

McDonald said that anyone who had the opportunity to prevent the shooting at Oxford High School that resulted in four deaths should’ve done so.

She said the parents’ actions were “criminal.”

“I have tremendous compassion and empathy for parents who have children who are struggling and at risk for whatever reason. And I am no means saying an active shooter situation should always result in a criminal prosecution against parents. But the facts of this case are so egregious, reading this document, looking at it, reading the words ‘help me, with a gun, blood everywhere,’ this doesn’t just have impact [on] me as a prosecutor and lawyer, it impacts me as a mother. The notion that a parent could read those words and also know their son had access to a deadly weapon, that they gave him, is unconscionable and I think it’s criminal. It is criminal,” she said.

Mother texted "Don't do it" to suspected shooter, prosecutor says

Jennifer Crumbley, the mother of the suspected Michigan shooter, texted her son not to open fire at Oxford High School, according to Oakland County Prosecutor Karen McDonald.

McDonald said James and Jennifer Crumbley met with school officials a few hours before the shooting about concerning behavior. The prosecutor said the parents left the school without their son and he returned to the classroom.

When the news of the active shooter had been made public, Jennifer Crumbley texted her son, “Ethan, don’t do it,” McDonald said.

Additionally, “James Crumbley called 911 reporting that a gun was missing from his house, and he believed his son may be the shooter,” McDonald said.

McDonald said the investigation found that the gun purchased by the shooter’s father was stored in an unlocked drawer in James and Jennifer’s bedroom.

Prosecutor: School officials had informed Michigan shooting suspect's parents about their son's behavior

After the Michigan shooting suspect, Ethan Crumbley, posted about his gun on social media, his mother, Jennifer Crumbley also created a social media post, saying her son was “testing out his new Christmas present,” Oakland County Prosecutor Karen McDonald said Friday as she announced the charges that her office is bringing against his parents.

When a teacher reported that Ethan Crumbley was found searching for ammunition on his phone during class on Nov. 29, his mother was contacted by school officials.

“Jennifer Crumbley was contacted via voicemail by school personnel regarding the son’s inappropriate internet search. School personnel indicate they followed that voicemail up with an e-mail but received no response from either parent,” McDonald said.

“Thereafter, Jennifer Crumbley exchanged text messages about the incident with her son on that day, stating, ‘lol, I’m not mad at you, you have to learn not to get caught,’” McDonald added.

Correction: An earlier post incorrectly stated the date the suspect was reported searching for ammunition on his phone.

Michigan school shooting suspect was with dad at time of gun purchase, prosecutor says

Oakland County, Michigan, Prosecutor Karen McDonald said that Oxford High School shooting suspect Ethan Crumbley was with his father while purchasing the gun that was used in the shooting.

“James Crumbley purchased a Sig Sauer 9mm model SP 2022 from Acme Shooting Goods in Oxford, Michigan, on Nov. 26th, 2021. A store employee confirms that Ethan Crumbley was present with James at the time of the purchase,” McDonald announced.

Prosecutor: Charges intended to hold "other individuals who contributed to this" accountable

Oakland County prosecutor Karen McDonald leaves after addressing the media in her office on Friday, December 3, 2021, in Pontiac, Michigan. McDonald filed involuntary manslaughter charges against Jennifer and James Crumbley, the parents of 15-year-old Ethan Crumbley, who is accused of killing four students at a Michigan high school. 

Oakland County Prosecutor Karen McDonald said that her office is bringing charges against the parents of Ethan Crumbley, the 15-year-old accused of shooting several people at Oxford High School, to hold people accountable and prevent other events from happening in the future.

While the shooter was the one who entered the school and pulled the trigger, “there are other individuals who contributed to this,” McDonald said at a news conference on Friday.

The weapon authorities said was used in the shooting, a 9mm Sig Sauer SP2022 semiautomatic pistol, was purchased by Crumbley’s father on Friday, four days before shots rang out at the school.

“I have shared previously and I will reiterate today that gun ownership is a right and with that right, comes great responsibility,” McDonald said.

McDonald said previously that means securing a gun properly, ensuring ammunition is kept separate, among other legal responsibilities.

NOW: Prosecutor speaks about charges filed against school shooting suspect's parents

Oakland County, Michigan, Prosecutor Karen McDonald is holding a news conference now after the parents of the shooting suspect, Ethan Crumbley, were charged with four counts of homicide involuntary manslaughter. 

The 15-year-old suspect has already been charged as an adult with terrorism, murder and other counts in the Tuesday shooting that also left seven people wounded at Oxford High School north of Detroit.

The semiautomatic handgun recovered in the attack was bought by the suspect’s father on Nov. 26, four days before the shooting, the county sheriff has said.

Prosecutors are considering information regarding the purchase of the gun and its accessibility and storage, along with other details. The weapon is a 9mm Sig Sauer SP2022 pistol, authorities have said.

Suspect's parents charged with 4 counts of homicide involuntary manslaughter

Accused Oxford High School shooter Ethan Crumbley’s parents, James and Jennifer Crumbley, have each been charged with four counts of homicide involuntary manslaughter. 

The charges were filed in 52nd District Court in Rochester Hills, Michigan, Friday morning. 

What we know so far about the gun that was recovered at the school

There is a “strong possibility” the 15-year-old sophomore accused of killing four fellow students this week at a Michigan high school had the gun in his backpack when he met shortly before the shooting with administrators and his parents over his concerning behavior that day, the prosecutor in the case told CNN on Thursday night.

But at that point, no disciplinary action was warranted, the school district superintendent said Thursday.

Ethan Crumbley has been charged as an adult with terrorism, murder and other counts in Tuesday’s shooting that also left seven people wounded at Oxford High School north of Detroit. It was the deadliest shooting at a US K-12 campus since 2018 and the 32nd such attack since Aug. 1.

The semiautomatic handgun recovered in the attack was bought by Crumbley’s father on Nov. 26, four days before the shooting, Oakland County Sheriff Michael Bouchard has said.

Oakland County Prosecutor Karen McDonald is expected to announce Friday if charges will be filed against Crumbley’s parents, she told CNN. Prosecutors are considering information regarding the purchase of the gun and its accessibility and storage, along with other details.

The weapon is a 9mm Sig Sauer SP2022 pistol, authorities have said.

A photo of the pistol believed to have been used in the shooting was posted to an Instagram account days earlier, a law enforcement source with direct knowledge told CNN.

The Oakland County Sheriff’s Office believes the account belongs to Crumbley, the source said.

“Just got my new beauty today. SIG SAUER 9mm,” reads the caption under the post, which is no longer available online but was shared widely on social media.

Crumbley cannot legally own the weapon or take it outside the home, with few exceptions, like to a shooting range, Bouchard said Friday. A key question will concern how the teen got the gun — whether perhaps he broke into something to get it, for instance.

Crumbley’s defense attorney asked the court Wednesday to enter a not guilty plea on his client’s behalf. CNN has attempted to reach Crumbley’s parents and is trying to identify their attorney and a new attorney for their son.

Suspect never left school building after meeting with officials prior to Michigan shooting

The suspected Michigan high school shooter never left the building in between his meeting with school officials and when the shooting began, based on video surveillance inside the school, the Oakland County sheriff said Friday.

“We have to believe that he had the weapon either on his person in his backpack or somewhere secreted in that travel route and because the process never had him leaving the school,” Sheriff Michael Bouchard told CNN New Day’s John Berman.

The sheriff also addressed an Instagram post CNN obtained where the suspect apparently refers to the gun as his.

“Legally that’s not his, he cannot own or possess that weapon outside the house or any kind of process of transporting carrying or using without very few restrictions,” Bouchard said.

Authorities previously said the suspect’s father bought the gun on black Friday.

The suspect is permitted to legally hold and possess a gun in some places, such as a gun range, private property, or within the home, Bouchard said.

“Not outside the house, they can’t legally own it either,” the sheriff said. 

As the investigation continues to turn toward how the suspect came into possession of the weapon, the sheriff weighed in on what potential legal jeopardy the parents could be in.

The prosecutor has indicated a potential charging decision could come at any time pertaining the parents without specifying in detail what evidence they have.

“It’s a bit of a challenge obviously neither the parents or the suspect have been speaking with us,” he told Berman.

Authorities are endeavoring to answer questions, including “What process did he come into possession of the weapon that day? Was it given to him was it allowed to be picked up and taken freely at his discretion or was it stolen was it broken into something to be removed?”

When pressed on the school’s actions surrounding the suspect’s “concerning” behavior, the sheriff reiterated, “We would have liked to have been looped into that conversation either in the room or told about it immediately.”

“They may not have certain authorities or they might not have wanted to do certain things but that’s different for us we have a different role, a different process,” Bouchard said.

Meanwhile, authorities are investigating “hundreds and hundreds of threats” that have lead to closures at 60 schools in the wake of the fatal shooting.

None of them have been verified “as anything that ultimately has any credibility” but as the sheriff noted all threats will be investigated thoroughly as “we can’t afford that one out of a hundred.”

Prosecutors will hold a news conference to discuss Michigan shooting case

Oakland County prosecutors will hold a new conference today to discuss whether they will be filing charges against the parents of the deadly Michigan school shooting suspect, according to the prosecutor’s office.

Prosecutor Karen McDonald will “hold a press conference to provide a status update regard the ongoing investigation relating to the shooting,” according to a release from the office.

The news conference is expected to start at noon.

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