CHARDON, Ohio (AP) -- Family members of students killed in a deadly Ohio school rampage are remembering their loved ones, talking about how they heard the news and thanking supporters.
The families spoke at a news conference Thursday in Eastlake, about 20 miles from Chardon, where three students were killed in Monday's shooting. Shooting suspect T.J. Lane is in custody.
The uncle of slain student Danny Parmertor says the family has been amazed by calls of condolences from around the world.
Ron Parmertor says anyone who sees potentially troubling remarks on social media networks should notify authorities, referring to reports of dark messages the suspect is believed to have left.
Holly Wolczak says her son, Nick, remains strong despite being shot in the neck, arm and back.