A former coworker of Jennifer Crumbley, the mother of the Oxford High School shooting suspect Ethan Crumbley, testified that Jennifer Crumbley was having an affair around the time of the fatal shooting. The witness testified Jennifer Crumbley would leave during work hours to meet up with a man in the parking lot of Costco across the street from her office. Prosecutors are using the testimony to argue the Crumbleys, who were both allegedly having affairs, were too busy with their own lives to worry about what was going on with their son.
It was a crime that shocked the nation: a man drove into a crowd at a Christmas parade in Waukesha, Wisconsin, killing six and injuring over 60 others. And while the Nov. 21 incident may have fallen from the headlines, the people who were injured, many of them children, continue to struggle to overcome their injuries. 8-year-old Olivia suffered traumatic brain injuries and a broken ankle. Tyler Pudleiner was with his marching band. His teeth were broken and he had massive injuries to his intestines.
A bodybuilder who was charged with shooting his parents on Christmas Day appeared in court today, and we’re learning more about the technology used to apprehend him. Police say they used the OnStar in Dino Tomassetti’s Cadillac Escalade to track him as he fled. They were able to remotely slow the vehicle down and bring it to a full stop, making sure to avoid causing an accident in a chase. In a strange twist, his parents survived and were in court to support him.
Jennifer and James Crumbley, the parents of Oxford High School shooting suspect Ethan Crumbley, had seven cellphones on them when they were captured by police, including multiple “burner” phones. Edward Wagrowski, a computer forensic examiner with the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office, testified about text messages between all the family members as well as disturbing images found on Ethan Crumbley’s Instagram account.
A Pennsylvania mom’s arrest last March made national headlines when it was learned that she was accused of creating deep fake videos to trash her daughter’s rivals on the cheerleading squad. One video appeared to show a cheerleader vaping, but prosecutors initially called it a deep fake. Prosecutors now say they have no evidence that Raffaela Spone faked any of the videos and dropped that charge. Spone still faces a criminal trial for harassment over texts she allegedly sent parents.
The Ambassador Bridge has reopened following an hours-long shutdown due to a protest among Canadian truckers upset with COVID-19 restrictions and vaccine rules in the country. The Windsor Police said early Tuesday morning that U.S. bound traffic was open on the bridge and could be accessed from the Wyandotte Street west entrance.