Three Oklahoma teenagers were charged Tuesday for shooting a man to death for fun.
The teens told police that 22-year-old Christopher Lane, an Australian student who was in America on a baseball scholarship was chosen at random when he was gunned down in the street last week.
In a hearing, 15-year-old James Edward Jr. and 16-year-old Chancey Luna, who allegedly pulled the trigger, where both charged, as adults, with first degree murder.
The third suspect, 17-year-old Michael Jones is charged with accessory, and for driving the car from which the gun was fired.
OutFront: Chief Daniel Ford of the Duncan, Oklahoma police department.