Chardon, Ohio, school officials have issued a statement regarding T.J. Lane's prison escape. Officials say they plan to ensure counseling and other support services are available Friday for those that may require assistance and will continue to monitor developments in order to make a decision concerning Friday's school day. A decision to close school will be communicated through the usual methods not later than 5:30 am ET.
Editor's note: T.J. Lane's former attorney, Ian Friedman: 'I've been asked whether he is a danger. Answer is no one ever wants to return to prison for a life sentence. Plus, case facts speak.' - @IanNFriedman - Jimmy
Editor's note: Escaped Ohio school shooter T.J. Lane was sentenced March 19, 2013 to 3 life sentences in prison without parole for the Feb. 27, 2012 shooting at Chardon High School that left 3 dead and 3 injured. - Jimmy