Parents of school shooter Ethan Crumbley are placed on suicide watch as they weep in court after judge sets bail at $500K: Cops investigate accomplice suspected of helping them hide out in Detroit art studio

James and Jennifer Crumbley, the parents of accused Michigan school shooter Ethan, are on suicide watchSheriff says all three Crumbleys are now isolated separately under watch in an abundance of caution Parents broke down in court as their charges were read aloud Saturday morning after their capture in DetroitPolice are now investigating a suspected accomplice who helped them hide out in basement art studio Crumbleys were arrested early Saturday in Detroit near the Canadian border and now face 15 years prison Parents each pleaded not guilty to four counts of involuntary manslaughter and bail was set at $500,000 Their son, Ethan, 15, is being held without bail on charges including murder, attempted murder and terrorism Shooting at Oxford High School near Detroit killed four students and wounded seven others   

The parents of accused Michigan school shooter Ethan Crumbley are now on suicide watch as they are held in lieu of $500,000 cash bail, while police investigate an accomplice suspected of aiding them in hiding out in a Detroit art studio.

James, 45, and Jennifer, 43, Crumbley were captured early Saturday in the basement of a building on the 1100 block of Bellevue Street in Detroit, less than half a mile from the Canadian border. They were taken into custody after leading authorities on a large-scale manhunt while fleeing involuntary manslaughter charges. 

Oakland County Sheriff Michael Bouchard said on Saturday afternoon that all three Crumbleys are now ‘segregated, each individually, in isolation’ at the county’s jail.

‘There is no indication that any of them were suicidal, but out an abundance of caution our amazing corrections team is doing suicide watches on all three of them,’ he said. ‘They are in custody and in isolation.’

Bouchard also revealed that his investigators are now probing whether an accomplice aided the Crumbleys in their flight from justice, after they were discovered hiding out in the basement of a Detroit commercial building.

‘We believe they were assisted in that location to get there, to get in. We’re gathering that information, and we’re going to have the totality of that done fairly soon and present that to our prosecutor for potential charges, for either aiding and abetting or obstruction of justice,’ said Bouchard.

Sources familiar with the matter tell DailyMail.com that the basement art studio where the Crumbleys were discovered hiding out is owned by an artist who has longstanding personal and professional ties to Jennifer Crumbley, but it was not clear whether that artist or another individual was the target of the investigation. 

Prosecutors say the parents bought the handgun their son used to kill four as a Christmas present on Black Friday, and failed to secure it after he penned a disturbing note saying ‘thoughts won’t stop, help me.’ They each face 15 years in prison if convicted.

In a statement to DailyMail.com on Saturday, the attorneys of the Crumbley parents again insisted that they had planned to surrender themselves, an assertion that Sheriff Bouchard questioned. 

‘I’m not going to get into specifics, but I think where they were and how they were, seems to support the position they were hiding and they weren’t looking for surrendering at that point,’ he said. ‘Given that they were hiding in a warehouse in Detroit, it certainly raises my eyebrows.’



James Crumbley
Jennifer Crumbley

James (left) and Jennifer Crumbley (right) were booked into the Oakland County Jail early Saturday morning after they were arrested in Detroit less than a mile from the Canadian border. The couple led authorities on a large-scale manhunt after fleeing involuntary manslaughter charges in connection with the deadly school shooting said to be perpetrated by their son 

Oakland County Sheriff Michael Bouchard said on Saturday afternoon that all three Crumbleys are now 'segregated, each individually, in isolation' at the county's jail

Oakland County Sheriff Michael Bouchard said on Saturday afternoon that all three Crumbleys are now ‘segregated, each individually, in isolation’ at the county’s jail

Ethan Crumbley, 15, is seen in his booking photo released by Oakland County sheriff's office
At an arraignment in Pontiac, Michigan, on Wednesday Crumbley sat mute, masked and suited in a heavy suicide-prevention vest, while attorneys and his parents joined in by video conference.

Ethan, 15, is seen in his booking photo released by Oakland County sheriff’s office and wearing a heavy suicide-prevention vest at his arraignment hearing in Pontiac on Wednesday

Both Crumbleys pled not guilty to all four charges of involuntary manslaughter – one for each Oxford High School student who was killed Tuesday. Each count is punishable by up to 15 years in prison along with a $7,500 fine and mandatory DNA testing. 

Their 15-year-old son is accused of killing four and injuring several others after opening fire in the school. Ethan was charged as an adult with two dozen crimes, including murder, attempted murder and terrorism, and is being held at the same jail as his parents. 

Judge Julie Nicholson announced Saturday that the parents’ bond must be paid in full, and they will be required to wear a GPS tracker if they make bail. The couple were booked at Oakland County Jail and remained there following the arraignment.  

James and Jennifer were arraigned around 9:30 a.m. as they joined a video conference from separate rooms at the jail. They called into district court in Rochester Hills with their hired legal council Shannon Smith and Mariell Lehman.  

Both Crumbleys could be seen breaking down as Jennifer’s charges and potential jail time were first read by the judge. 

Jennifer was noticeably distraught and sat hunched over with her face in her hands for most of the virtual meeting. James, too, was seen at times shaking his head; both broke down in tears at various points during the arraignment. 

James Crumbley, 45
Jennifer Crumbley, 43

James and Jennifer Crumbley, pictured, wept as they each pled not guilty on all four counts of involuntary manslaughter Saturday

James, 45, (top left) and Jennifer, 43, (top center) Crumbley were each granted a $500,000 bond, which must be paid in full

James, 45, (top left) and Jennifer, 43, (top center) Crumbley were each granted a $500,000 bond, which must be paid in full


‘I understand,’ Jennifer replied through tears as Nicholson read through each charge. James shook his head in disagreement as prosecutor Karen McDonald summarized her version of the case implicating the parents in their son’s deadly rampage. 

‘These two individuals could have stopped it and had every reason to know he was dangerous,’ McDonald told the judge. She claimed that not one person in the community would vouch in favor of either Crumbley. 

But Smith denied that the Crumbleys had any responsibility for their son’s alleged crimes. She adamantly declared that it is ‘absolutely not true’ that they gave their child ‘free access’ to the weapon he used to kill several students at his Michigan high school.

The defendants’ legal council noted the Crumbleys’ employment and quickly brushed over their past criminal history in a plea for bail to be set lower, at $50,000 or $100,000.

Smith and Lehman also denied that their clients were attempting to flee prosecution and told the judge that they plan to fight the charges. 

The Crumbleys’ arrest was without incident and came after the U.S. Marshals offered a $10,000 bounty for information leading to their capture when they fled Friday after involuntary manslaughter charges in connection with the school massacre were announced. Their absence prompted a manhunt involving several agencies, including the Marshals’ Fugitive Task Force, state police and the FBI.

Video shows a handcuffed Jennifer Crumbley walking into the Oakland County Jail early Saturday morning

Video shows a handcuffed Jennifer Crumbley walking into the Oakland County Jail early Saturday morning

James and Jennifer Crumbley were the target of a federal manhunt; US Marshals placed a $10,000 bounty on information leading to their arrest after they were charged with involuntary manslaughter on Friday 


Smith claimed during arraignment that ‘facts that have been presented have been cherry picked’ by the prosecution ‘to make an example’ out of the Crumbleys. 

The Crumbleys will be required to appear in-person for the probable cause conference the afternoon of December 14. The preliminary examination will take place the morning of December 22. 

Police were led to a commercial building, where the Crumbleys appeared to be hiding, by a tip from a Detroit business owner and were captured on video going inside, Detroit Police Chief James White said early Saturday morning. 

Oakland County Undersheriff Michael McCabe said a woman was spotted near the vehicle and ran away when the business owner called police.

White also said the two did not break in and were helped by an unnamed accomplice who let them into the building.  

Their connection to the building is unclear; other charges connected to aiding the Crumbleys are likely, White said. 

‘We understand that our clients were apprehended last night although we fully intended to turn them in first thing this morning for arraignment, contrary to the misinformation that has been rampant in the media,’ the Crumbleys’ lawyers had said ahead of the arraignment Saturday.

‘Unfortunately, this case presents the most unimaginable tragedy for every single person involved, including every member of the community. While it’s human nature to want to find someone to blame or something to point to or something that gives us answers, the charges in this case are intended to make an example and send a message. The prosecution has very much cherry- picked and slanted specific facts to further their narrative to do that.

‘We intend to fight this case in the courtroom and not in the court of public opinion. We know that in the end the entire story and truth will prevail.’  

Around 10 p.m. Friday, hours after a 4 p.m. deadline for their surrender, police found the couple’s abandoned black 2021 Kia Seltos SUV on the east side of Detroit, within walking distance to the Detroit River, which forms the border between Canada and the U.S.  

Detroit Police had launched a massive manhunt for the parents in the area around the abandoned Kia, locking down a radius of several blocks and deploying K-9 units to track their possible path on foot. 

White said the two were hiding in a room in the basement of the building, which is used for artwork, and that both were ‘distressed’ and ‘very upset’ with one of the parents hanging their head down when they were arrested. They were not armed. 

Law enforcement sources say the couple withdrew $4,000 from an ATM and were last seen around 2-3 p.m. near Rochester Hills on Friday. They had been under surveillance at a motel where they had been staying since the shooting on Tuesday.

Due to a communication breakdown between agencies, the surveillance was suspended by Friday morning and the parents left the motel unobserved before the charges were announced by prosecutors, according to WDIV-TV. 

The Crumbleys’ attorneys, Shannon Smith and Mariell Lehman had earlier insisted that their clients were not on the lam and were returning to face the charges. 

‘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,’ the lawyers said in a statement obtained by DailyMail.com. 

‘Instead of communicating with us, the prosecutor held a press conference to announce charges.

‘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.’ 

However, Smith and Lehman didn’t say when or whether a voluntary surrender had been arranged, and the Oakland County Sheriff’s office said it was not aware of any such plans. 

‘This isn’t indicative of turning yourself in — hiding in a warehouse,’ White said. 

Oakland County Sheriff Michael Bouchard said he only learned of the charges being filed against the Crumbleys from media reports and had no advance warning from the prosecutors, which he said would have allowed his agency to secure the suspects before the charges were made public. 

He told CNN police began searching for the Crumbleys after the couple’s attorney told his office that the Crumbleys stopped responding to messages Friday afternoon.

‘If they think they’re going to get away, they’re not,’ Bouchard had said, adding that a ‘host’ of detectives, as well as the FBI and the US Marshals Service, were looking for them.  

After the attorneys for the Crumbley parents claimed they were returning to face charges, local law enforcement said they were unaware of such an arrangement.

‘If they are, it’s news to us,’ Undersheriff Mike McCabe told ABC News, saying authorities still don’t know where the couple is located.  

In charging the parents, Oakland County prosecutor Karen McDonald alleged that the parents ignored multiple warning signs and refused to take their son out of school just hours before the shooting took place.

Jennifer bragged on social media about going out with Ethan to test his Christmas present – a 9mm handgun – just three days before the shooting at Oxford High School, and just one day after her husband James had purchased the gun for Ethan. 



On Friday night, hours after a 4pm deadline for their surrender, police in Detroit discovered the couple's abandoned black 2021 Kia Seltos SUV (above in a photo brightened for visibility) on the east side of Detroit

On Friday night, hours after a 4pm deadline for their surrender, police in Detroit discovered the couple’s abandoned black 2021 Kia Seltos SUV (above in a photo brightened for visibility) on the east side of Detroit

The Crumbley parents were in custody after a manhunt in Detroit in the early hours of Saturday following the discovery of the black Kia SUV that was of interest to police. Pictured: Police search a building of interest near the Kia

The Crumbley parents were in custody after a manhunt in Detroit in the early hours of Saturday following the discovery of the black Kia SUV that was of interest to police. Pictured: Police search a building of interest near the Kia

The abandoned Kia (right) was reported to police by a tipster in the area who noted it matched the description

The abandoned Kia (right) was reported to police by a tipster in the area who noted it matched the description 

James Crumbley
Jennifer Crumbley

Michigan authorities, the FBI and US Marshals Service were all looking for James (left) and Jennifer (right) Crumbley, who had a fugitive warrant out for their arrest after charges were announced against them

During a press conference Friday, McDonald revealed stunning new details leading up to the shooting that took place Tuesday afternoon, including that Jennifer texted her son about 30 minutes after the rampage saying, ‘Ethan, don’t do it,’ and that her husband James called 911 to report that his gun – a 9 mm Sig Sauer SP 2022 – was missing and that Ethan was likely the shooter. 

The prosecutor revealed that James, who – like his wife – had a prior criminal history, bought the murder weapon from a retailer with his son there on November 26. He stored the 9mm handgun in an unlocked drawer in his bedroom, McDonald said.

The next day, Jennifer posted about the Christmas present to Instagram with the caption: ‘Mom & son day testing out his new Xmas [sic] present.’ Jennifer’s Instagram account has since been taken down.  

Two days later, on November 29, McDonald said a teacher at Oxford High School observed Ethan searching ammunition on his cell during class and reported it to school officials.

Ethan had a meeting with school administrators, and his mother Jennifer was contacted via voicemail by the school about her son’s inappropriate internet search. Officials also followed up with an email but received no response, the prosecutor said.

The mother later exchanged texts with her son on that day stating: ‘lol, I’m not mad at you, you have to learn not to get caught,’ McDonald said Friday.

She also revealed that on the morning of the shooting, a teacher found a chilling note on Ethan’s desk, which featured disturbing drawings depicting a semi-automatic gun, a bullet, a shooting victim and a laughing emoji.

According to the prosecutor, the note included the words ‘blood everywhere,’ ‘thoughts won’t stop, help me,’ ‘my life is useless’ and ‘the world is dead.’

Jennifer and James were immediately summoned to the school to discuss their son’s worrying behavior. A school counselor was able to obtain the note with the drawings, but McDonald said by then its contents had been ‘altered.’   

The doodles of the gun and the bullet-ridden figure were ‘scratched out,’ as well as Ethan’s writings.

Police including State Troopers and US Marshalls from the Fugitive Task Force search a building of interest in the manhunt

Police including State Troopers and US Marshalls from the Fugitive Task Force search a building of interest in the manhunt

Detroit Police launched a massive manhunt for the parents in the area around the abandoned Kia, locking down a radius of several blocks deploying K-9 units to track their possible path on foot

Detroit Police launched a massive manhunt for the parents in the area around the abandoned Kia, locking down a radius of several blocks deploying K-9 units to track their possible path on foot

The Crumbley parents were taken into custody after a manhunt in Detroit in the early hours of Saturday following the discovery of the black Kia SUV that was of interest to police

The Crumbley parents were taken into custody after a manhunt in Detroit in the early hours of Saturday following the discovery of the black Kia SUV that was of interest to police

A police command post leads the manhunt in Detroit early on Saturday, leading to the arrest of the Crumbleys

A police command post leads the manhunt in Detroit early on Saturday, leading to the arrest of the Crumbleys

A police officer is seen outside the Crumbly family's home in Oxford, Michigan, on Friday

A police officer is seen outside the Crumbly family’s home in Oxford, Michigan, on Friday

Prosecutors said on Wednesday they may charge the shooter's parents for not locking up the gun that he used in the attack
Prosecutors said on Wednesday they may charge the shooter's parents for not locking up the gun that he used in the attack

On an Instagram account which has since been deleted, Ethan bragged about getting his ‘new beauty’ – a 9mm Sig Sauer – on November 26. The next day, his mother, Jennifer Crumbley, shared a post on her now-defunct Instagram account featuring the gun and the caption: ‘mom & son day testing his new Xmas present’ 


During the meeting, the Crumbleys were shown the note and were advised that they were required to get Ethan into counselling within 48 hours.

According to the prosecutor, the mother and father failed to ask Ethan if he had his gun with him, or where his gun was, and did not inspect his backpack.

McDonald said the parents ‘resisted’ the idea of pulling their son out of school at that time and left without him.

Officials previously said that at 12:51 p.m., Ethan walked into a bathroom at Oakland High School with a backpack, then emerged less than a minute later carrying the Sig Sauer handgun and opened fire.   

At 1:22 p.m. – more than 30 minutes after the shooting was first reported – Jennifer texted her son, saying: ‘Ethan, don’t do it,’ the prosecutor said.  

At 1:37 p.m., James called 911, reporting his newly purchased gun missing. He also told an emergency dispatcher that he believed his son might be the shooter at Oxford High School. 

James and Jennifer were scheduled to be arraigned Friday at 4 p.m., but authorities reported the pair were not in custody as of late Friday afternoon. 

Charging documents allege that the parents caused the death of each of the four deceased victims by ‘storing his or her firearm and its ammunition so as to allow access to the firearm and ammunition by his or her minor child or the grossly negligent failure… to exercise reasonable care to control his or her minor child so as to prevent him from intentionally harming others or from so conducting himself so as to create an unreasonable risk of bodily harm to others knowing that he or she has the ability to control his or her child and knowing of the necessity and opportunity to do so.’

Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel said in a statement on Friday that she agrees with McDonald’s decision to criminally charge the Crumbleys. 

‘I fully support Prosecutor McDonald’s issuance of charges against Jennifer and James Crumbley,’ she wrote. ‘Demanding accountability of a child’s parents under the circumstances presented is not just appropriate, it’s crucial. Justice demands no less.

‘My heart continues to go out to the families who lost their child in this unfathomable tragedy. We must not let this pass without properly addressing gun violence and responsible gun ownership.’

Under Michigan law, an involuntary manslaughter charge can be pursued if prosecutors believe someone contributed to a situation where the probability of harm or death was high. 

‘The parents were the only individuals in the position to know the access to weapons,’ McDonald said Thursday. The gun, which Ethan’s father, James Crumbley, had just purchased four days before the rampage, ‘seems to have been just freely available to that individual.’ 

‘These charges are intended to hold the individuals who contributed to this tragedy accountable and also send the message that gun owners have a responsibility. 

‘When they fail to uphold that responsibility, there are serious and criminal consequences.’ 

Ethan has been charged as an adult with two dozen crimes, including murder, attempted murder and terrorism, for the shooting on Tuesday. 



Oakland County prosecutor Karen McDonald announced manslaughter charges against James and Jennifer Crumbley on Friday afternoon 

Three Oakland County Sheriff's deputies survey the grounds outside of the Crumbley residence while seeking James and Jennifer Crumbley, parents of alleged Oxford High School shooter Ethan Crumbley, on Friday

Three Oakland County Sheriff’s deputies survey the grounds outside of the Crumbley residence while seeking James and Jennifer Crumbley, parents of alleged Oxford High School shooter Ethan Crumbley, on Friday

The gun store where authorities say James Crumbley purchased the gun that his son Ethan Crumbley, a suspect in the Oxford High School shooting, used in the school shooting rampage

The gun store where authorities say James Crumbley purchased the gun that his son Ethan Crumbley, a suspect in the Oxford High School shooting, used in the school shooting rampage

Pictured: Jennifer Crumbley and James Crumbley, the parents of school shooting suspect Ethan Crumbley, were charged on Friday with involuntary manslaughter

Pictured: Jennifer Crumbley and James Crumbley, the parents of school shooting suspect Ethan Crumbley, were charged on Friday with involuntary manslaughter 

Crumbley's father James, who owns the gun he used in the attack, and his mother Jennifer are pictured on Zoom attending the arraignment

Crumbley’s father James, who owns the gun he used in the attack, and his mother Jennifer are pictured on Zoom attending the arraignment 

He is being held without bail at Oakland County Jail – the same location where his parents are currently being held. 

The school shooting – the deadliest in the U.S. since 2018 – claimed the lives of Tate Myre, 16; Hana St. Juliana, 14; Madisyn Baldwin, 17, and Justin Shilling, 17. Seven more people were injured. Three were in hospitals in stable condition.

At an arraignment in Pontiac, Michigan, on Wednesday Ethan sat mum, masked and suited in a heavy suicide-prevention vest, while attorneys and his parents joined in by video conference.

The teen was charged as an adult because the crimes are ‘serious’ and the attack was premeditated. 

Prosecutors described watching ‘horrific’ surveillance video footage of the shooting. 

‘What’s depicted on that video, honestly, judge, I don’t have the words to describe how horrific that was,’ Assistant Prosecutor Marc Keast told a judge on Wednesday. 

Keast said the video of the attack showed Crumbley enter a bathroom at the school with a backpack before he emerged with a gun. 

‘At that point, he deliberately aimed the gun at students and began firing at students. After students started running he continued down the hallway pointing the gun and firing (at them) and firing in classrooms and at students who were unable to escape. 

‘He methodically and deliberately walked down a hallway, aiming the firearm at students and firing. After children started running away from the defendant, he continued down the hallway again at a deliberate and methodical pace, pointing and aiming inside classrooms and at students who hadn’t had the opportunity to escape,’Keast said.

A man believed to be James Crumbley wrote in a Facebook comment: 'Trump will protect our 2nd amendment! I want my child to get a gun'

A man believed to be James Crumbley wrote in a Facebook comment: ‘Trump will protect our 2nd amendment! I want my child to get a gun’ 

 

In the long-winded open letter on her blog, Jennifer praised Trump's support of gun rights, and blamed her son's academic struggles on Common Core

In the long-winded open letter on her blog, Jennifer praised Trump’s support of gun rights, and blamed her son’s academic struggles on Common Core

On an Instagram account that has since been deleted, there were sinister, horror-movie style faces, along with more recent posts of a 9mm Sig Sauer pistol and a paper target with bullet holes through it.

It was not possible to independently verify the account but police said Ethan ‘had been shooting with [the 9mm handgun] and posted pictures of a target and the weapon.’

In 2016, Jennifer wrote a rambling open letter to then-President Donald Trump, praising his support for Second Amendment rights – a sentiment that was echoed in her husband’s Facebook comment, where he also wrote that he wanted his child ‘to get a gun.’

In her letter, the 43-year-old mom wrote in part: ‘as a female and a Realtor, thank you for allowing my right to bear arms. Allowing me to be protected if I show a home to someone with bad intentions. Thank you for respecting that Amendment.’

Jennifer also spoke of her son’s struggles with math in school, appearing to blame Common Core, and complained about illegal immigration and the woes of middle class Americans.  

Parents are rarely charged in school shootings involving their children, even as most minors get guns from a parent or relative’s house, according to experts.

Michigan has no law on the books that requires gun owners to keep weapons locked away from children. McDonald, however, suggested there’s more to build a case on.

All I can say at this point is those actions on mom and dad’s behalf go far beyond negligence,’ she told WJR-AM. ‘We obviously are prosecuting the shooter to the fullest extent. … There are other individuals who should be held accountable.’

Sheriff Mike Bouchard disclosed Wednesday that the parents met with school officials about their son’s classroom behavior, just a few hours before the shooting.

McDonald said information about what had troubled the school ‘will most likely come to light soon.’

Investigators said the attack was premeditated, citing videos Crumbley recorded the night before in which he talked about shooting students, as well as a journal recovered from his backpack that described his intent to murder classmates. 

Crumbley stayed in school Tuesday and later emerged from a bathroom with his father’s new gun, firing at students in the hallway, police said.

The superintendent for the district late Thursday posted a YouTube video where he said the teenager was called to the office before the shooting but ‘no discipline was warranted.’



Prosecutors said on Wednesday they may charge the shooter's parents for not locking up the gun that he used in the attack

On an Instagram account which has since been deleted, there are sinister horror-movie style faces, along with more recent posts of a 9mm Sig Sauer pistol and a paper target with bullet holes through it (left). It was not possible to independently verify the account but police said Crumbley ‘had been shooting with [the 9mm handgun] and posted pictures of a target and the weapon’

Justin Shilling died in the hospital
Tate Myre died at the school

Justin Shilling, 17, (left) died in the hospital on Wednesday morning and Tate Myre (right) died in the school on Tuesday 

Madisyn Baldwin, 17
Hana St Juliana, 14

Madisyn Baldwin, 17, (left) and Hana St Juliana, 14, (right) died in Tuesday’s shooting rampage at Oxford High School in suburban Detroit 

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer embraces Oakland County Executive Dave Coulter as the two leave flowers and pay their respects Thursday morning

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer embraces Oakland County Executive Dave Coulter as the two leave flowers and pay their respects Thursday morning


Tim Throne, leader of Oxford Community Schools, said the high school looks like a ‘war zone’ and won´t be ready for weeks. But he repeatedly credited students and staff for how they responded to the violence.

‘To say that I am still in shock and numb is probably an understatement. These events that have occurred will not define us,’ Throne, grim-faced and speaking slowly, said in the 12-minute video.

‘I want you to know that there´s been a lot of talk about the student who was apprehended, that he was called up to the office and all that kind of stuff. No discipline was warranted,’ Throne said. ‘There are no discipline records at the high school. Yes this student did have contact with our front office, and, yes, his parents were on campus Nov. 30.’ 

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James Iannazzo, 48, was charged with intimidation based on bias, breach of peace and criminal trespass after his fit of rage at the Robeks store SaturdayThe incident happened at the 2061 Black Rock Turnpike store in Fairfield, CTThe footage, posted on TikTok by user @cjjbreezy, was recorded by one of the young girls working at the store. It gained more than 16 million views 'You're a f***** immigrant loser,' Iannazzo says to one of the girls, just moments after he hurled the smoothie at her, hitting her with it on the shoulderIannazzo told authorities that he had returned to the store because he was upset about his son having a 'severe' allergic reaction to the peanut in the smoothie Staff at the store said that while he asked for no peanut butter in the smoothie, he never mentioned an allergy. He is scheduled to appear in court on February 7Iannazoo has since been fired from his position as wealth advisor and director at Merrill Lynch Management, where he had been working since 1995 Read more »

Carjackings rise by up to 510% across large cities: Chicago, New York, Philly and New Orleans are all experiencing 'disturbing' spikes in crime

Critics are blaming a rise in violent car takeovers on lax punishment for offenders, and Covid-era changes in driving habits Carjackings are the upswing across the nation, with some cities recording triple-digit spikes in the crimeMore than 1,800 cases were reported in Chicago last year, while another 510 cases were logged in New York CityLast November, Chicago's top cop revealed that an 11-year-old boy is believed to have committed several of the vehicular hijackingsChicago Alderman Ray Lopez blamed rising crime on lax punishment for offenders, calling it 'the perfect storm' for criminalsPhiladelphia's top said she was troubled by the trend, which she said could be related to a shift in driving habits in the food delivery and curbside pickup era Read more »

Video: Thousands of anti-vaccine mandate protesters flaunt mask rules to descend on DC where they blast songs by anti-mandate singer Meat Loaf and listen to speech from Robert F. Kennedy 

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Video: Hundreds of cops, firefighters and paramedics fall silent as they salute hearse carrying casket of fallen rookie NYPD officer Jason Rivera, 22, being transported to Manhattan funeral home: Grieving widow pays tribute to her 'beautiful angel'

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What the papers say – January 24

© PA Archive What the papers say – January 24 (PA). – PA Archive The political crisis engulfing Boris Johnson’s leadership rages on, with the nation’s papers carrying the latest ... Read more »

Moeen Ali admits West Indies batting depth ‘scary’ after narrow England win

© PA Archive Moeen Ali took format-best figures of three for 24 (Zac Goodwin/PA) – PA Archive Moeen Ali admitted the batting depth of the West Indies is “scary” after ... Read more »

Rocks falling on Mars leave stunning herringbone pattern: Unusual boulder tracks reveal evidence of earthquakes on the Red Planet

The boulders leave a herringbone-like pattern, thousands of which have been seen, according to research by NASA The tracks last about a few years before fading away or destroyed by sweeping winds and are framed by dust and sand, scientists said This is the first time rockfalls - known as 'boulder fall ejecta' by scientists - have been spotted on Mars - they have before been found on the moon  The pictures were captured between 2006 and 2020 by a camera onboard the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter HiRISE, which was launched in 2005  Read more »

COVID-19 infections continue to fall in SA

South Australia has reported another fall in COVID-19 infections providing further evidence the Omicron outbreak may have peaked. SA reported 2009 new cases on Monday, down from 2062 on Sunday ... Read more »

Britain will face even HIGHER gas and petrol prices on top or current soaring bills if Russia invades Ukraine and Putin squeezes supplies to hit back at the West, experts say

Britain may be forced to contend with record-breaking prices for gas and petrolRussia could drive up wholesale gas prices by restricting gas provision to EuropeOfficials are concerned Russia would retaliate in the face of further sanctions UK, US and European officials have promised sanctions if Russia invades Ukraine Read more »

Frightening moment swimmers are stranded on famous Australian tourist island as ENORMOUS shark circles in the water beneath them

Giant white shark spotted circling underneath popular tourist rock in WASwimmers were trapped on the rock just off Twilight Beach in EsperanceSurf Life Saving Club members were sent to rescue two men onboard a boatCoastal town of Esperance has seen three fatal shark attacks in three years Read more »

Peter Phillips introduces his grandmother the Queen to his new girlfriend after his divorce in sure sign that couple are getting serious

 Peter Phillips has introduced his new partner his grandmother the Queen He reportedly introduced Lindsay Wallace to Queen after shooting party Ms Wallace accompanied him to christening of Zara and Mike Tindall's son Read more »

Thomas Tuchel gets Eden Hazard Chelsea repeat as Romelu Lukaku moment poses Haaland question

That was lovely, wasn’t it? Chelsea got their first Premier League win of 2022 and how desperately Thomas Tuchel needed it after the bitter aftertaste of the defeat to Manchester ... Read more »

Man City and Pep Guardiola could consider £20m defender described as 'better than any other'

There’s no doubt that Manchester City have solved their problem position. For years the Blues struggled to find the perfect centre-back partner for Vincent Kompany, and when he missed games ... Read more »

Jazz vs. Warriors: Play-by-play, highlights and reactions

© Provided by HoopsHype The Utah Jazz (30-16) play against the Golden State Warriors (13-13) at Chase Center Game Time: 8:30 PM EST on Sunday January 23, 2022 Utah Jazz ... Read more »

Watch: LeBron James flexed while trailing the Heat by 20 points

© Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports LeBron James reunites with the Heat and his former coach Erik Spoelstra. LeBron James seemed to lack situational awareness during Sunday’s game. The Los Angeles ... Read more »

Candice Warner shows off her incredible figure in a black swimsuit as she hosts extravagant yacht party with husband David on Sydney Harbour

Cricketing power couple David and Candice Warner took to the high seas for a lavish yacht party on Sydney Harbour on Sunday. Former professional Ironwoman Candice, 36, showed off her incredibly toned ... Read more »

Tom Brady, Buccaneers’ playoff loss keeps insane NFL stat alive

© Provided by Fansided Tom Brady is the latest NFL passing leader to not lead his team to a Super Bowl championship. For the 56th year in a row, the NFL’s ... Read more »

Video: Strictly's Tilly Ramsay shows off her 'war wounds' after taking a tumble during live tour performance 

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Video: Now that's explosive! Vicky McClure has a blast in the line of duty: CHRISTOPHER STEVENS reviews new ITV police drama Trigger Point 

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Video: Emily Ratajkowski looks cozy in a fuzzy orange coat as she steps out for Sunday lunch at The Odeon in New York City

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Tax return deadline is looming... and a FIFTH of us are set to panic

With the deadline for filing your tax return just a week away, nearly a fifth of Britons have not even started thinking about it yet, according to Which?  The consumer ... Read more »

Arsenal can repeat deadline day transfer for £75m striker after Dusan Vlahovic window passes

The transfer window is enough to send many an Arsenal fan to the edge with the constant refreshing and tracking of news regarding possible incomings and outgoings. This January transfer ... Read more »

Everyone’s Saying Same Thing About The Divisional Round

© Provided by The Spun NFC Divisional Playoffs – San Francisco 49ers v Green Bay Packers Is this the best Divisional Round of the NFL playoffs that we’ve ever had? ... Read more »
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