Who was Justin Shilling? student, 17, in Oxford school shooting dies, Age, Family, Instagram A 15-year-old boy shot 4 students dead and injured over seven folks at a high school in Oxford, Michigan on Tuesday, November 30. The shooting has now left a fourth victim dead. Oakland County Sheriff’s Office confirmed that Justin Shilling, 17, has died of his injuries. Tate Myre, 16, Hana St. Juliana, 14, and Madisyn Baldwin, 17, have been earlier killed within the attack.
The suspect has been recognized as 15-year-old Ethan Crumbley. Oakland County Prosecutor Karen McDonald has announced charges towards the suspect — 4 counts of first-degree homicide, 7 counts of assault with intent to homicide, 12 counts of possession of a firearm within the commission of a felony, and 1 rely on terrorism causing death.
The family-owned business, which has three places in Michigan and has employed many Oxford High School students, added: “Since we opened our doorways in Lake Orion in December of 2019, a lot of our staff has consisted of Oxford High School students. We regularly marvel at how blessed we’re to have such superb children as a part of our Lake Orion team. Simply put – we’d not be a restaurant without them. Our heart aches for all of them at this time, as they start to heal from this horrible tragedy. For over 40 years Anita’s Kitchen has been a household-owned and operated restaurant, and at this time we lost one in all our family members. We’re deeply saddened. Our love goes out to the Shilling household, all of our grieving Oxford high schoolers, and the entire group.”
We are very sorry to say that a 4th student, Justin Shilling aged 17, has today died from his injuries in the #OxfordHighSchool shooting yesterday.
Our deepest sympathies to his family and friends from England.
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could Hana st Juliana, madisyn baldwin, tate myre, and Justin shilling all rest in peace. infinite love and help to their households and friends, in addition to all the opposite students and households from the varsity as well.