A trial date has been set for the teen being held responsible for the shooting at Chardon High School.
TJ Lane, 17, will stand trial for that shooting on November 12.
Lane admitted to the shooting, but offered no motive.
Lane's lawyers said it is likely they will file a plea of not guilty by reason of insanity and the judge has granted more time for doctors to mentally evaluate him.
The next hearing for TJ Lane will be held September 30.
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A judge says a 17-year-old boy charged in the Ohio school shooting deaths of three students will be tried as an adult.
Authorities say T.J. Lane admitted firing at students sitting at a cafeteria table at Chardon High School east of Cleveland on Feb. 27.
A juvenile court judge ruled Thursday that Lane will be tried as an adult. He said he found probable evidence in all six charges for which Lane is charged.
Lane could face life in prison if he's convicted in adult court.
The shooting killed three students and seriously hurt two more. The motive remains unclear.
A psychiatrist has testified that Lane suffers from hallucinations, psychosis and fantasies.
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One suspect is in custody after a shooting at a high school outside Cleveland.
Officials say one student is dead and four others are wounded after a gunman opened fire at Chardon High School.
According to reports, the gunman opened fire inside the school cafeteria. A student said a boy stood up and started shooting, and a teacher may have saved lives by chasing the gunman, who ran from the building.
The suspect was caught about a half-mile from the suburban school and concerned parents gathered in the streets to pick up their children after they were evacuated.
Students from Chardon High School were sent to the neighboring elementary school across the street.
About 1,100 students attend the school, and it is described as a tight-knit community where everyone knows each other and no one would expect a flare-up of violence.
The school is planning a candlelight vigil for tomorrow night.
According to police, the suspect has not yet been charged, and his name is not being released because he is a juvenile.