The father of a 17-year-old facing felony charges for allegedly impersonating a physician's assistant said today he had no idea what his son was up to, and he has no explanation for the teen's actions.
"If you can come up with a reason, I'm all ears. I'm completely and totally all ears," Matthew Scheidt Sr. said. "I don't know if I should get him psychological help. I just don't know."
His son, Matthew Scheidt, of Osceola, Fla., is facing felony charges for his alleged real-life "Catch Me If...Full Story