When police in Kentucky stopped a car with a broken taillight, they ran a check on all of the occupants and found a warrant out for Larry Casteel. His crime? He hadn't attended a court-mandated parenting class for divorcing parents. Why not? Well, Casteel was in Iraq serving in the U.S. Army when the court mandated the class. That didn't make any difference. He was arrested on his first night back in the United States. He was released after spending the night in jail, and he has agreed to attend another class before he ships back out.
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