Ethan Crumbly Video – The 15-year-old mass shooting presume showed up in Oakland County court following Tuesday’s Oxford High School assault that killed four teenagers and injured seven others.
Ethan Crumbley sat in a green sleeveless detainee jumpsuit and said “OK I do” in understanding the 24 means something negative for him as a grown-up, including four counts of first-degree murder, seven counts of attack with the goal to kill, one count of illegal intimidation, and 12 counts of ownership of a gun. Oakland County Assistant Prosecutor Marc Keast talked about the chilling film of the assault he saw from surveillance camera film in anticipation of the conference.
“We have had the chance to see the video and what is portrayed on that video – I don’t have the words,” Keast said.
Keast said the video clearly showed Crumbley enter a washroom with a rucksack, and leaving a second after the fact without it, holding a firearm and starting to shoot.
“By then, he purposely pointed the firearm at understudies and started terminating at understudies,” Keast proceeded. “After understudies began running he proceeded down the lobby pointing the weapon and shooting (at them) and discharging in study halls and at understudies who couldn’t get away.”
Judge Nancy T. Carniak managed Crumbley to be held without bond and be moved to Oakland County Jail in the wake of being moved from Children’s Village.