Oxford school shooter’s parents asked for vodka while in hiding

The prosecution on Friday persuaded a decide to maintain the parents of the Oxford college

The prosecution on Friday persuaded a decide to maintain the parents of the Oxford college shooting suspect locked up on $500,000 bond, indicating the couple cannot be reliable not to flee provided their actions subsequent the November massacre.

In accordance to the prosecution, in the two times soon after the capturing, James and Jennifer Crumbley remaining their residence in Oakland County, purchased four burner cell phones, drained their son’s bank account, spent the evening in a hotel and then hid out in an abandoned building in Detroit where police identified them crouched on a mattress with $6,600 in money.

Jennifer Crumbley appears to wave to her husband James Crumbley, as the prosecuting attorneys and their defense attorneys went to a private video chat with Judge Nicholson as they challenged their bond. Jennifer Crumbley and James Crumbley are the parents of Ethan Crumbley, the teen accused of the fatal Oxford School Shooting. The couple is asking for a lower bond on Jan. 7, 2022, in the 52-3 courtroom but Judge Nicholson in Rochester Hills denied their request.

Practically fifty percent of the revenue was their son’s, prosecutors mentioned, alleging the Crumbleys took $3,000 out of the teenager’s account and still left him with 99 cents.

Even though in hiding, the Crumbleys also requested a friend to provide them vodka and orange juice, the prosecution stated, noting the pair only left the making for a smoke and to cover their car.

Ethan Crumbley, the teen accused of the Oxford School Shooting has waived his right to a probable cause hearing  Friday, Jan. 7, 2022, in the 52-3 courtroom of Judge Carniak in Rochester Hills. Crumbley's case will now be bound over to circuit court.

Oakland County Prosecutor Karen McDonald disclosed these information in an effort to block the Crumbleys from owning their bond lowered to $100,000 funds.

The Crumbleys are struggling with involuntary manslaughter rates in the shooting that remaining four pupils dead and 7 other people hurt, which include a teacher. Prosecutors stated the few purchased their son the gun that he employed to shoot up his school. It was an early Xmas current for the teenager, they claimed, purchased four days just before the Nov. 30 capturing.