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Teen, parents returning to court in Oxford school shooting

James and Jennifer Crumbley have been locked up since Dec. 4, unable to meet a $500,000 bond.
Credit: Oakland County Sheriff's Office
James and Jennifer Crumbley

ROCHESTER HILLS, Mich — Two parents charged with their son in a fatal Michigan school shooting are returning to court to ask for a lower bail to get out of jail. 

James and Jennifer Crumbley have been locked up since Dec. 4, unable to meet a $500,000 bond. They’re hoping a judge is willing to reduce it Friday to $100,000. 

The Crumbleys are charged with involuntary manslaughter for the Nov. 30 shooting at Oxford High School, which killed four teenagers.

They’re accused of making a gun accessible to son Ethan Crumbley. The 15-year-old faces a separate court hearing Friday. He is charged as an adult with murder and other crimes.

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