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A teenager from Frisco, Texas is accused of murdering both of his parents late Monday night.
According to DallasNews.com, the 16-year-old was “very sheltered,” and was being homeschooled by parents who wished to shield him from the world.
The teenaged gunman was one of two school-age children left at home out of five. The deceased — Ryan Callans, 48, and Maria Elena Callans, 49 — had three other adult children.
Jonathon Marcum, a 15-year-old friend of the accused killer, told the Morning News, “He was very sheltered. If he broke the guidelines, he got punished.”
The boy was not allowed to drink sodas or watch rated-R films. He was only allowed access to PG-13 films once a screening agency had edited out any violent or adult-themed scenes. He was only allowed access to the Internet under closely supervised conditions.
“His parents were really uptight on him,” added another friend named William Castillo.
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California pastor punches wife’s face so hard in church parking lot that he breaks her glasses
A California pastor was arrested over the weekend after he was accused of assaulting his wife in the church parking lot.
According to Lost Coast Outpost, Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office Lt. Steve Knight said officers responded to a report of a confrontation in the Hydesville Community Church parking lot at around 2 p.m. on Saturday.
Associate Pastor Jeff Beltz was accused of hitting his wife with an open hand so hard that he broke her glasses. He was taken into custody at around 4 p.m. on charges of inflicting corporal injury on a spouse.