Detroit artist suspected of helping Ethan Crumbley’s parents hide from cops



A Detroit artist has been identified as the person suspected of helping accused Michigan high school shooter Ethan Crumbley‘s parents hide from cops, according to a report Sunday.
Andrzej Sikora, 65, allegedly allowed James and Jennifer Crumbley to hide out in the basement of an art studio in the Motor City, WJBK-TV said in a report.
“They didn’t break in,” Detroit Police Chief James White said. “Somebody let them in.”
Sikora has not been charged in the case, but authorities believe he gave the Crumbleys sanctuary as cops launched a manhunt for the couple.
The artist’s lawyer, Clarence Dass, told WBK that his client “voluntarily contacted police after the Crumbleys were arrested and charged.
“He maintains his innocence throughout this process and is fully cooperating with law enforcement to assist in their investigation,” Dass said.
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