Whitmer leaves roses at memorial for victims of Oxford High School shooting

Gretchen Whitmer on Thursday left a bouquet of white roses at a memorial for victims of a fatal shooting at Oxford High School. The governor briefly stopped at Oxford High School on Thursday morning with Oakland County Executive Dave Coulter and paid her respects at a memorial set around a sign bearing the school’s name. Earlier this week, the governor ordered flags within the State Capitol Complex and all public buildings to be lowered to half-staff to honor the victims of the shooting at Oxford High School. READ MORE ON MLIVE:4th victim dies in hospital after Oxford High School shootingPetition aims to rename Oxford High School stadium after shooting victim Tate MyreWhat we know about the three students killed in the Oxford High School shootingTop Michigan Senate Republican urges ‘balance’ as Democrats push for change in wake of Oxford school shooting15-year-old charged as an adult with terrorism, murder in Oxford High School shootingThree Oxford High School shooting victims discharged from hospital, one remains in critical conditionMHSAA executive director Mark Uyl shares sorrow, offers support to OxfordSchool officials met with Oxford High shooting suspect, parents about ‘concerning’ behaviorOxford High School shooting was planned, prosecutor says. ‘It isn’t even a close call.’Sheriff: Viral video doesn’t show Oxford High School shooter impersonating policeTestimony: Teen took video about killing students night before Oxford High School shooting