The man who was charged in the deaths of three students at a high school in eastern Ohio entered guilty pleas Tuesday to charges of aggravated murder.
T.J. Lane, now age 18, was reportedly at Chardon High School to catch a bus to his alternative school when he allegedly fired 10 shots in the Chardon High cafeteria. Three students died.
Lane pleaded guilty to three counts of aggravated murder and to other charges. In exchange for the plea, prosecutors agreed not to seek the death penalty.