US Paying $360K to Law Enforcement in Oxford School Shooting

OXFORD, Mich. (AP) — The federal authorities can pay $360,000 to native authorities who responded to the taking pictures at a Michigan highschool in November.

Cash from the U.S. Justice Division’s emergency help program will go for time beyond regulation and different bills associated to the fast response at Oxford Excessive College, mentioned U.S. Rep. Elissa Slotkin, D-Mich.

4 college students have been killed and extra have been injured on Nov. 30.

A lot of the cash goes to the Oakland County sheriff’s workplace, mentioned Slotkin, who represents the Oxford space in Congress.

“Our first responders gave every thing they might to assist Oxford, so it’s solely proper that we get them fast assist in return. However we’re not finished but,” Slotkin mentioned Friday.

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A pupil, Ethan Crumbley, has been charged with homicide and different crimes. His mother and father are accused of gross negligence and in addition face fees.

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