A south-central Iowa boy is accused in the shooting death of a friend. Authorities say the Indianola boy was left alone for the weekend as his father reportedly left on Friday for a camping trip.
Indianola police say 14-year-old Allen Nadler fatally shot a friend with a shotgun early on Sunday at the Nadler home. Police say the shooting of 16-year-old James Doyle was intentional and not an accident.
Investigators are still looking into what sparked the shooting, but say the boys had apparently been up all night, there was an argument and Doyle was shot. Nadler is now facing a charge of first-degree murder.