A man convicted in the "thrill killings" of two pizza delivery drivers in 1997 was sentenced in Newton, N.J., to life in prison and insisted he is a "shy kid," not a murderer. Jayson Vreeland, 20, was found guilty of helping lure the men to a dark, lonely country road so he and a friend could see what it felt like to kill someone. Authorities called the attacks thrill killings, while Vreeland's lawyer blamed his client's actions on his use of painkillers and idolization of accomplice Thomas Koskovich, who is on death row for the killings. Because Vreeland was 17 at the time of the slayings, he could not receive the death sentence. Vreeland showed no reaction during the sentencing.