Nightside Report Nov. 30, 2021: Oxford High School shooting suspect in custody after 3 killed, 8 injured

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Oxford High School shooting: 3 killed, 8 hurt, 15-year-old in custody, officials say

DETROIT – Three students have been killed, eight other people are injured and a suspected shooter is in custody after a shooting at Oxford High School on Tuesday, authorities said.

The shooting happened at 12:51 p.m. Tuesday (Nov. 30) in the section of the school where many history classes take place, Local 4 learned.

Police said they responded to the active shooting situation with multiple patrol and EMS units, along with SWAT and aviation units. The 15-year-old sophomore student was taken into custody within five minutes, according to authorities.

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3 killed, 8 hurt, shooter in custody -- here’s everything we know about Oxford High School shooting

Police said three students were killed, eight others were hurt and a sophomore was taken into custody Tuesday afternoon during a shooting incident at Oxford High School.

Oakland County Undersheriff Mike McCabe provided an update on the situation around 5 p.m. Tuesday (Nov. 30).

McCabe said starting at 12:51 p.m. Tuesday, the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office received more than 100 calls to their dispatch about an active shooter at Oxford High School.

Deputies responded to the school, and within five minutes of the first 911 call, the suspected shooter was taken into custody, according to authorities.

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At least three people have been killed and eight others were injured, including a teacher, at Oxford High School.

Starting at 12:51 p.m. Tuesday (Nov. 30) the sheriff’s office received more than 100 calls to their dispatch about the active shooter situation at Oxford High School, according to Oakland County Undersheriff Mike McCabe.

McCabe said the suspected shooter was taken into custody within five minutes of the first call to 911.

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Emotional Gov. Whitmer on Oxford High School shooting: ‘This is an unimaginable tragedy’

Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer was clearly emotional when she attended a news briefing with law enforcement Tuesday evening to address the deadly shooting at Oxford High School.

Police said three students were killed, eight other people were hurt and a sophomore was taken into custody Tuesday afternoon during a shooting at the high school in Oxford, Mich. Whitmer said she wanted to be there Tuesday evening to address the “unimaginable tragedy.”

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Here are the alerts parents received about Oxford High School shooting

The Oxford Community Schools district sent alerts to parents on Tuesday after a shooting at Oxford High School.

Police later confirmed three people were killed and six others were injured in the shooting. The suspect is a 15-year-old sophomore student. He was taken into custody.

Authorities said starting at 12:51 p.m. Tuesday, the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office received more than 100 calls to their dispatch about an active shooter at Oxford High School. Deputies responded to the school, and within five minutes of the first 911 call, the suspected shooter was taken into custody, according to authorities.

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