OXFORD, Michigan (AP) – The federal government will pay $ 360,000 to local authorities who responded to a shooting at a Michigan high school in November.
U.S. MP Alice Slotkina says the money will go to overtime and other costs associated with the immediate response at Oxford High School.
Four students were killed and even more injured. Most of the money goes to the Auckland County Sheriff’s Office.
Student Ethan Crumbley was charged with murder and other crimes. His parents are accused of gross negligence as well as accused.