Near-Fatal Fake-Out: Deer decoy stunt lands teens in jail

Last fall, a group of Ohio teenagers thought it'd be funny to put a deer decoy in the road and watch motorists swerve to miss it. The stunt left motorist Robert Roby Jr. disabled for life, and his passenger, Dustin Zachariah, brain damaged. On Friday, prankster Joshua Lowe was sentenced to 60 days in prison and fined $5,000. Is it me, or does that punishment seem a little light? Here's the whole story.