CHARDON, Ohio (AP) -- Students mourning the deaths of three teens in a shooting at an Ohio high school are set to return to class, a day after charges were filed in juvenile court against the 17-year-old suspect.
T.J. Lane is accused of opening fire at the 1,100-student Chardon High School. Charges filed Thursday accuse him of killing three students and wounding two more.
A prosecutor has said Lane admitted firing 10 shots at a group of students sitting at a cafeteria table on Monday morning.
Lane's attorney did not respond to a message seeking comment Thursday.
Classes at the school were set to resume Friday. It also marked the start of a series of visitations and funeral services for the slain students.