4 Teens Killed, 6 More And Teacher Wounded In Oxford High School Shooting


 The 15-year-old gunman accused of murdering four classmates and wounding seven other people selected his victims at random and was “shooting to kill,” according to the Oakland County sheriff.

He also pretended to be a law enforcement officer in an attempt to convince barricaded students to allow him into their classroom, cell phone footage showed.

The students didn’t fall for the ruse and were able to reach safety through another door.

The shooting occurred at Oxford High school shortly after 1 p.m. on Nov. 30.

More than 100 people called 911 to report the active shooter, Oakland County Undersheriff Michael McCabe said, according to NBC News.

Officers had the suspect in custody within five minutes of the initial 911 call, he noted.

“These victims, based on the early look at what we’ve got evidence wise, I think it was random,” Oakland County Sheriff Michael Bouchard said Wednesday morning, according to the Associated Press. “Absolutely, unequivocally he was shooting to kill people.”

Undersheriff McCabe said investigators recovered multiple shell casings inside the school, KVVU reported.

They believe the gunman fired 15 to 20 rounds during the incident.

“At this point in time, we believe he acted alone,” Undersheriff McCabe noted.

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