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Ohio School Shooter Gets Life Without Parole

March 19, 2013
The Ohio teenager who killed three classmates in a cafeteria attack a year ago showed no remorse as a judge gave him three life terms in prison on Tuesday. During sentencing, 18-year-old T.J. Lane wore a T-shirt with the word "killer" on it.

Ohio High School Shooter To Be Tried As Adult

May 25, 2012
The Ohio teenager accused of gunning down three classmates in the Chardon High School cafeteria will be tried as an adult, a judge ruled on Thursday. If convicted, T.J. Lane would be eligible for life imprisonment.

Two Campuses Deal With Active Shooters

March 12, 2012
Last week's clinic shooting in Pittsburgh and the Chardon High School shooting in Ohio in February showcased effective responses from officers and the campuses.

Ohio School Shooting Suspect Charged As Juvenile

March 1, 2012
Seventeen-year-old T.J. Lane has been charged with three juvenile counts of aggravated murder in the shooting deaths of three Chardon High School students.

Death Toll Rises To Three In Ohio School Shooting

February 28, 2012
Two more victims of Monday's shooting at Chardon High School died Tuesday morning. Russell King, Jr., 17, and Demetrius Hewlin have succumbed to their wounds.

Teen Arrested In Ohio School Shooting

February 27, 2012
One student was killed and four were injured, after a teenage gunman opened fire inside the cafeteria of a northeastern Ohio high school on Monday. The shooter, who has been identified and 17-year-old T.J. Lane, was taken into custody by the FBI a half mile away from the school.
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