Classes resume at CMU, more than a week after fatal campus shooting
Classes are set to resume at Central Michigan University tomorrow.
It will be the first time back on campus for many students since a deadly shooting 10 days ago.
Professional counselors and therapy dogs will be available for students as they return to campus.
19-year-old James Davis, Jr. is charged with murdering his parents. The CMU sophomore’s in the county jail on $1 million bond. Funeral services for his parents were Saturday.
Davis was hospitalized for a few days after a nearly day-long manhunt following the shooting.