Attorney: Oxford school staff, administrators betrayed trust by failing to prevent shooting, protect children
An attorney representing two sisters present for and injured in the Oxford High School shooting believes that school staff and administrators could have prevented the fatal shooting, but failed to do so.
Flashpoint Interview: Prosecutor Karen McDonald talks latest on Oxford High School shooting
Oakland County Prosecutor Karen McDonald sat down with Flashpoint host Devin Scillian to discuss her thought process behind charging Ethan Crumbley’s parents in connection with the Oxford High School shooting.
Parents of Oxford High School shooting suspect charged with involuntary manslaughter
The Oakland County Prosecutor’s Office has filed involuntary manslaughter charges against the parents of the student accused of opening fire at Oxford High School on Tuesday, fatally wounding four students and injuring several other people.
Live stream: Charging decision to be announced against parents of suspected Oxford High School shooter
The parents of the student accused of opening fire at Oxford High School on Tuesday, fatally wounding four students and injuring several other people, are set to be charged for their role in the tragedy.
Sterling Heights boy killed after falling off tractor driven by cousin suspected of being drunk
A 2-year-old Sterling Heights boy died after allegedly falling off of a tractor in Brandon Township driven by his cousin who admitted to drinking alcohol before the incident happened, according to the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office.
Oakland County prosecutor seeking investigation into man’s 2006 conviction in deadly fire that killed 5 children
Oakland County Prosecutor Karen McDonald said she is “gravely concerned” about potential ethical breaches after reviewing the 2006 murder conviction of Juwan Deering related to a deadly fire that killed five children.
Man accused of assaulting Rochester Hills homeowner for blue exterior lights faces felony charges
ROCHESTER HILLS, Mich. – A 24-year-old man is facing two felony charges after a Rochester Hills man was allegedly attacked for using blue lights outside of his home in support of law enforcement. The Oakland County Prosecutor’s Office is charging Justin Michael Brown, of Rochester Hills, with one count of first-degree home invasion and one count of resisting and obstructing a police officer. Brown is accused of harassing and assaulting the Rochester Hills homeowner, Tom Hayes, as he returned to his residence on Sunday. Hayes says that he does decorate the exterior of his home with blue lights to display support for law enforcement. “He refers to the blue lights, saying that I support the cops.