Paintballers Told to Target Their Own Cars
PAINESVILLE, Ohio - A judge ordered two paintball shooters to take aim at their own cars in order to stay out of jail.
Joshua Breeding, 20, and 19-year-old Christopher Lyons were found guilty on Thursday of splattering up another man's vehicle with paintballs in May. They each got a sentence of 60 days in jail.
Municipal Court Judge Michael Cicconetti gave them the option of shooting their own cars with paintballs and then cleaning up the mess. They also have to spend 40 hours painting at a Habitat for Humanity home.
The judge also ordered the pair to apologize to their victim and pay court costs.
Re: Paintballers Told to Target Their Own Cars
Eh, fair enough. I've seen stranger judgements.