Jennifer Crumbley, the mother charged in connection with her son’s deadly school shooting in 2021 was found guilty on Tuesday.
Crumbley, 45, was charged with four counts of involuntary manslaughter after her son Ethan, then 15-years-old, killed four people during a shooting at Oxford High School in Michigan in November 2021.
She was found guilty Tuesday of all four counts of involuntary manslaughter by a 12 person jury.
Prosecutors argued at trial that Crumbley is responsible for the deaths because she was “grossly negligent” in giving a gun to her son and seemed to care more about her hobbies and extramarital affair than getting her son proper mental health treatment despite warning signs.
Crumbley will be sentenced on April 9. She faces up to 15 years in prison per count and remains held on bond, according to NBC News.
Crumbley’s husband, James, who bought Ethan the gun, is scheduled to go on trial on the same charges in early March.
Their son, Ethan, now 17, pleaded guilty as an adult to murder, terrorism and other crimes, and was sentenced in December to life in prison without parole.