Ethan Crumbley admits to facts of Oxford High School shooting

Ethan Crumbley admitted to the statement of facts presented during a pre-trial hearing on Monday, Oct. 24 in the Oxford High School shooting. Crumbley, now 16, pleaded guilty to all 24 counts he was charged with in the shooting from Nov. 30, 2021. It killed four students and injured seven other people, including a teacher. Crumbley admitted to keeping a gun in his backpack and then opening fire at the school, killing Justin Shilling, Hana St. Juliana, Madisyn Baldwin and Tate Myre. He was charged with first-degree murder, terrorism, assault with intent to murder and more in the shooting. A sentencing is scheduled at a later date.