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Lawyer: Artist didn't know Michigan parents stayed in studio

School Shooting Michigan
Posted at 6:23 PM, Dec 05, 2021

A Detroit-area artist whose studio was where the parents of the Oxford High School student charged in a deadly shooting were found by police is cooperating with authorities and didn’t know the couple had stayed overnight.

That's according to attorney Clarence Dass.

He's representing artist Andrzej Sikora. James and Jennifer Crumbley face involuntary manslaughter counts.

They were found early Saturday inside a Detroit commercial building.

Dass says the Crumbleys came to the studio Friday morning, but Sikora was unaware of charges against the couple or that they stayed after he left for the day.

Sikora has not been charged.