In June, a 17-year-old boy survived but was seriously injured when he fell about 75 feet onto some rocks at California's Mount Diablo State Park. He had climbed over a handrail in order to fake a fall so that his pals could capture the plunge on video to
Kenny Rogers, pitcher for the Texas Rangers, allegedly shoved Larry Rodriquez, causing the TV cameraman to fall to the ground, before a June 29, 2005, game against the Angels, resulting in a misdemeanor assault charge in July. The 40-year-old All-Star stopped at the Tarrant County Jail for half an hour to be photographed and fingerprinted before being posting a $1,500 bond. Rogers faces a maximum of a year in jail and a $4000 fine if convicted.