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In re A.L.S.

Court of Appeals of Missouri, Western District, Fourth Division

July 15, 2014

IN THE INTEREST OF: A.L.S., Appellant,
v.
JUVENILE OFFICER, Respondent

Appeal from the Circuit Court of Jackson County, Missouri. The Honorable Justine E. Del Muro, Judge.

Patricia A. Harrison, St. Louis, MO, for appellant.

Daniel G. Barry and Edward E. Moore, Kansas City, MO, for respondent.

Before Division Four: Alok Ahuja, Chief Judge, Presiding, Cynthia L. Martin, Judge and Wayne P. Strothmann, Special Judge.

OPINION

Page 255

ORDER

Per curiam:

A.L.S., a juvenile, appeals from the trial court's judgment sustaining the Juvenile Officer's petition, finding that he committed acts that would have constituted resisting arrest if committed by an adult. On appeal, A.L.S. argues that the trial court erred in sustaining the petition because there was insufficient evidence to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that he knew or reasonably should have known that a law enforcment officer was trying to stop, detain, or arrest him, and that he resisted by fleeing from the officer. We affirm. Rule 84.16(b).


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