Michigan school shooter Ethan Crumbley has been displaying “sporadic disturbing behavior” while in prison, according to prosecutors.
Michigan School Shooter Exhibits Sporadic Behavior
Assistant prosecutor Marc Keast stated in a court filing that the Michigan school shooter Ethan Crumbley has been displaying “sporadic disturbing behavior, New York Daily News reported.
These incidents have been documented through reports and body-worn camera footage captured by jail personnel.
The exact cause or trigger for this behavior is not immediately apparent.
The court filing requests that the judge takes into consideration Crumbley’s behavior and his ability to participate in future hearings, as these incidents could potentially affect his competence.
During a routine monthly hearing in Oakland County court, Keast brought up the issue but did not provide specific details about the actions exhibited by Michigan school shooter Ethan Crumbley while in custody.
It is worth noting that Crumbley is being held in the county jail but is kept separate from adult inmates.
The tragic incident took place on November 30, 2021, when Michigan school shooter Ethan Crumbley, then 15 years old, opened fire inside Oxford High School, resulting in the deaths of four of his classmates. After the shooting, he surrendered to authorities.
In October of the following year, Michigan school shooter Ethan Crumbley, now 17, pleaded guilty to one count of terrorism causing death, four counts of first-degree murder, and 19 additional charges related to the mass shooting.
Both Keast and Michigan school shooter Ethan Crumbley’s defense attorneys maintain their belief that he remains mentally competent for the upcoming sentencing phase of the case.
Parents of Michigan School Shooter Face Charges
They are accused of failing to intervene on the day of the incident, despite being called to the school for a meeting with administrators regarding their son’s behavior in the classroom.
The high school is located approximately 35 miles north of Detroit. The hearing is scheduled to commence on July 27.