Two teachers separately reported concerning behavior from sophomore Ethan Crumbley starting the day before the deadly Michigan high school shooting he’s accused of — prompting two meetings with him, including one with his parents just hours before the killings, a sheriff said Thursday.
Investigators are pursuing information that an undetermined number of students appeared to see a Snapchat video warning of a shooting on Tuesday. Some students who saw the video stayed home from school, though no calls were placed to police, official says. https://t.co/20HczHB0Pr
— ABC News (@ABC) December 1, 2021
Michigan's state terrorism law (https://t.co/ipba2e8yZ8) contains what is traditionally considered an ideological motive requirement, so I am curious what evidence investigators have found. https://t.co/I92BCAV4Fb
— Mark Pitcavage (@egavactip) December 1, 2021