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Michigan school shooting: Superintendent says suspect was called to office but 'no discipline was warranted'

Superintendent of Oxford Community Schools Tim Throne described Oxford High School as a "war zone" Thursday, two days after 15-year-old Ethan Crumbley allegedly fired at least 30 rounds in the hallways, killing four classmates and injuring seven others, including a teacher.

Crumbley, who is facing terrorism, murder and other charges, recorded videos the night before the shooting in which he "talked about shooting and killing students the next day at Oxford High School," Oakland County Sheriff's Office Lt. Tim Willis said Wednesday.

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