Michigan school shooter’s father found guilty of manslaughter for role in son’s mass shooting

James Crumbley, the father of Michigan school mass shooter Ethan Crumbley, was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter Thursday for his negligent role in the shooting.

The father, whose wife was found guilty of the same charges last month, was convicted on four counts of involuntary manslaughter and could face up to 15 years in prison. He is expected to be sentenced on April 9 alongside his wife, Jennifer Crumbley. 

James Crumbley enters the Oakland County Courtroom of Cheryl Matthews, Wednesday, March, 13, 2024 in Pontiac, Michigan. (Mandi Wright/Detroit Free Press via AP, Pool)

James Crumbley had purchased the SIG Sauer 9 mm gun his son used in the November 2021 shooting at Oxford High School, which resulted in the deaths of four students, injured six students, and one teacher. Prosecutors claimed that James Crumbley was negligent when he purchased the gun,
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