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Judge sentences Duncan teen accused in ‘boredom’ murder

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Chancey Luna

DUNCAN, Okla. – A Duncan teen who has been convicted of gunning down an Australian athlete has been sentenced to serve life in prison without the possibility of parole.

Chancey Luna, 17, was found guilty of first-degree murder in April.

In August of 2013, investigators say Luna was in a car with two other teens when they decided to kill someone.

Prosecutors say Luna pulled the trigger, killing 22-year-old Christopher Lane, who was jogging in Duncan.

The two other teens involved in the case have also been charged.

Michael Jones pleaded guilty to second-degree murder.

Court records show he will serve life in prison and receive credit for time served.

A third teen, James Edwards Jr., awaits trial as an accessory to murder.


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