Chardon shooter TJ Lane disciplined in November for intoxicants, misuse of authorized medications

LIMA, Ohio - It’s been two years since a student gunman walked into Chardon High School and gunned down three students and wounded several others.

Thursday, NewsChannel5 checked in on convicted killer TJ Lane, 19, who is serving a life sentence at Allen Correctional Institution in Lima, Ohio.

According to the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Corrections, Lane was last disciplined in November 2013 and sent to segregation.

Lane was charged and found guilty of use and or possession of intoxicants and misuse of authorized medications.

He received 15 days in disciplinary housing/segregation.

Lane is serving a life sentence for the shooting deaths of Daniel Parmertor, 16, Russell King, Jr., 17, Demetrius Hewlin, 17, at Chardon High School on Feb. 27, 2012.

Nick Walczak, 17,  was shot several times but survived the massacre.

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