Shooting at Michigan high school
OXFORD, MI, November 30, 2021 – Three people fatally shot at Oxford High School today. A 15-year-old male student was taken into custody. A handgun has been confiscated according to the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office. The suspect did not resist arrest and is requesting an attorney.
The Oakland County Sheriff’s Office said at approximately 12:51 p.m. today it received 911 calls of an active shooter at Oxford High School, a suburb about 40 miles north of Detroit. Over 100 911 calls were reported.
Six others were shot and injured, including a teacher. Their conditions were not immediately clear. Authorities said they believe he acted alone. The teen has not mentioned a motive.
The school was placed on lockdown and after the shooter was in custody, students were ushered to a nearby parking lot.
#ALERT: #Police in #Oxford #Michigan have arrested the 15-year-old sophomore suspected of #shooting 6 individuals 3 of whom have died.#OxfordHighSchool #OxfordShooting pic.twitter.com/q39pEor1y0
— R@BI@ $@JJ@D. (@rabia6789) November 30, 2021
A reporter just asked the sheriff about this video, and he said he was told the suspect was trying to get into classrooms by impersonating law enforcement. “I’m told that was the case” https://t.co/rXcI0dN5Wr
— philip lewis (@Phil_Lewis_) December 1, 2021
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