STATE OF MISSOURI, Respondent, v. WILLIAM C. MEYERS, Appellant.
William C. Meyers (“Meyers”) appeals his convictions of the felony of attempted enticement of a child in violation of section 566.151 and the class D felony of attempted statutory rape in the second degree in violation of section 564.011 and 566.034. Meyers argues that the State's evidence was insufficient to support a finding of guilt beyond a reasonable doubt with respect to whether Meyers was entrapped into committing the crimes of which he was convicted. Finding no error, we affirm. Rule 30.25(b).
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STATE OF MISSOURI RESPONDENT,
WILLIAM C. MEYERS APPELLANT.
DOCKET NUMBER WD79479
MISSOURI COURT OF APPEALS
DATE: May 30, 2017
Platte County Circuit Court
The Honorable Abe Shafer V, Judge
Division Three: Anthony Rex Gabbert, Presiding Judge, Victor C. Howard, Judge and Cynthia L. Martin, Judge
Attorneys: Karen L. Kramer, Jefferson City, MO, for respondent.
Susan L. Hogan, Kansas City, MO, for appellant.