Michigan attorney general offers Oxford schools weapon-detecting dog, renews effort to review mass shooting

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The Detroit News

DETROIT — Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel has offered Oxford Community Schools the use of a dog trained to detect explosives and firearms along with a handler at the high school next school year. Nessel, in a letter to the Oxford school board on Monday, also asked the district to reconsider its rejections of her offer to review the events leading up to the Nov. 30 mass shooting at Oxford High School. Four students were killed and seven others including a teacher were wounded in the attack. The district has twice rejected offers from Nessel to review what led up to the shooting and announ…

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