Geauga County, Ohio, Judge Thomas Grendell ruled the juvenile court records of accused Chardon High School shooter T.J. Lane be released, NewsNet5 reports. School shooting victim Nick Walczak remains in serious condition and has no feeling from the midchest down, according to statements his brother, Josh Walczak made on "Good Morning America." Doctors remain optimistic that the spinal shock paralysis is temporary.
Here are some facts about the shooting court case and victims:
* Grendell released a 2009 court document revealing Lane allegedly punched and choked another male. Lane entered the juvenile court equivalent to a guilty plea in exchange for a reduced misdemeanor charge of disorderly conduct, according to NewsNet5. The alleged teen gunman was granted a suspended 30-day jail sentence.
* The male Lane was arrested for physically harming during his mother's divorce proceedings in 2009 was an uncle, according to the Cleveland Plain Dealer. Lane said he became involved in the altercation because he felt his brother was being harmed.
* In the past Lane's grandfather, Jack Nolan taught "kids" safe gun handling and target shooting, according to neighbor and retired Geauga County Sheriff Carl Henderson's statements in the Cleveland Plain Dealer. Henderson does not recall ever seeing Lane with a gun.
* Shooting victim Daniel Parmertor's grandfather Bob Parmertor shared his grief during an interview with NewsNet5. He said he rushed to the hospital but did not make it in time to say goodbye.
* The alleged shooter's mother, Sarah Nolan, lived sporadically in her parent's home and struggled with alcohol abuse, the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.
* Lane and his siblings moved in with his grandparents during elementary school so they could live in a "stable" environment, according to the Cleveland Plain Dealer.
- Chardon High School