Testimony: Teen took video about killing students night before Oxford High School shooting

OAKLAND COUNTY, MI -- During the arraignment of the suspect in the shooting at Oxford High School, a sheriff’s deputy outlined evidence gathered that indicated the school shooting was premeditated. Deputies recovered the suspect’s cellphone and a notebook after the Tuesday, Nov. 30 shooting, Oakland County Sheriff’s Office Lt. Tim Willis told Judge Carniak. The suspect’s notebook was also recovered by deputies that outlined his plans to commit the shooting and surveillance video at the school shows the suspect shooting students, Willis said. Read more on MLive:Sheriff: Viral video doesn’t show Oxford High School shooter impersonating police4th victim dies in hospital after Oxford High School shootingWhat we know about the students killed in the Oxford High School shootingPolice release names of victims in deadly shooting at Oxford High SchoolHurting Oxford community comes together after school shootingPetition aims to rename Oxford High School stadium after shooting victim Tate MyrePolice deny existence of threats prior to Oxford High School shooting that left three students deadGov. Whitmer orders flags to half-staff in honor of Oxford High School shooting victims‘My heart goes out to the families,’ President Biden says of Oxford High School shootingNational trend of school shootings strikes Michigan, shaking delicate sense of security‘This wound will never go away:’ Local officials react to Oxford High School shooting