Judge sentences teen to attend church, and more

Judge sentences teen to attend church

An Oklahoma teenager whose drunk driving led to the death of a friend has been sentenced to attend church for 10 years. Tyler Alred, 17, pleaded guilty to manslaughter after the crash that killed his passenger, John Dum. The judge set church attendance as a condition for Alred to avoid prison. “My client goes to church every Sunday,” said Alred’s lawyer. “That isn’t going to be a problem.”

Florida gun range creates a “combat city”

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A gun range in Orlando, Fla., has created a “combat city” where customers can shoot each other with plastic bullets. Owner Dave Kaplan says getting shot with plastic bullets hurts, and teaches gun owners how to fight. “Someone’s trying to hurt you,” says Kaplan. “There’s supposed to be a degree of pain so you learn from it.”

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