The parents of a teenager suspected of a deadly school shooting have denied charges of involuntary manslaughter following their arrest on Saturday.
BBC reports that James and Jennifer Crumbley were found hiding in a Detroit basement having failed to show up in court on Friday.
The judge set bail at $500,000 each after agreeing with prosecutors that the Crumbleys posed a flight risk.
They are accused of ignoring warning signs before their son’s alleged rampage.
Prosecutors say Ethan Crumbley, 15, used his father’s gun to shoot classmates in the nearby Michigan town of Oxford, killing four and wounding seven.
The Crumbleys’ lawyers said that the pair had intended to turn themselves into the authorities on Saturday morning, according to US media.
However, reports in the US say the couple had withdrawn $4,000 from an ATM and had turned off their mobile phones.
Ethan Crumbley is alleged to have opened fire on fellow students and teachers at his school in Oxford, about 35 miles (60 km) north of Detroit, on Tuesday.
The four killed were Tate Myre, 16, Madisyn Baldwin, 17, Hana St Juliana, 14, and Justin Shilling, 17.
Ethan Crumbley is being charged as an adult and is facing one count of terrorism, four counts of first-degree murder, seven counts of assaults with intent to murder and 12 counts of possession of a firearm.
Oakland County lead prosecutor Karen McDonald said the terrorism charge was neither “usual” nor “typical” but reflected the wider impact the shooting would have.
Editing by Omotola Oguneye