The West Virginia eighth-grader who was suspended and arrested in late April after he refused to remove a t-shirt supporting the National Rifle Association appeared in court this week and was formally charged with obstructing an officer.
As CBS affiliate WTRF reports, 14-year-old Jared Marcum now faces a $500 fine and a maximum of one year in prison.
The boy’s father, Allen Lardieri, is not pleased.
PITTSBURGH — A former southwestern Pennsylvania police chief was sentenced Friday to more than 11 years in prison for extorting about $8,000 from undercover FBI agents he thought were drug dealers, in exchange for protecting two staged drug deals and agreeing to buy them police-issue stun guns.
The case was built largely on videos of those staged deals and audio conversations recorded by a hired informant, who introduced Solomon to the faux drug dealers and to whom Solomon bragged, “I’m the best cop money can buy.”