TWENTYNINE PALMS, Calif. -

Investigators say a Southern California couple has been jailed for shackling their teenage son to a chair in the living room each night for about six months.
      San Bernardino County sheriff's investigators say the 17-year-old boy is in good health and he's in the custody of a family member.
      Sgt. Jason Radeleff tells KCDZ radio that the boy told a family member that his parents had handcuffed him and pinned him with padlocked chains to a chair in the living room of the family home in desert Twentynine Palms.
      The teen was released each morning.
      Deputies arrested his 63-year-old mother Virginia Smith on Thursday. The boy's father Douglas Smith surrendered on Saturday.
      They were booked for investigation of child cruelty. They are in jail with bail set at $100,000 each.