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Over the next two days, defendant continued to chat online with baywatch142000, in anticipation of their upcoming weekend rendezvous. Defendant told baywatch142000 that he would bring a digital camera to take “pics” that he could show to his buddies in Kuwait.

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From defendant's statements, Detective Eaton drafted two non-verbatim written confessions, which defendant then reviewed and signed.

The written confessions provided in part: It was during this first chat that she told me she was 14 years old, and lived in Greensboro.

He also asked baywatch142000, “what high school do u go to in greensboro,” to which she responded, “Western Guilford.” The two arranged to meet on the evening of Friday, 1 September 2006 in Greensboro after defendant got off work.

After defendant left the Fayetteville area on Friday, he kept in touch with baywatch142000 by chatting with her on his cell phone, which had Internet capabilities.

The photograph used for baywatch142000's profile was actually a photograph of Deputy Luther, a female employee of the Guilford County Sheriff's Department, who was twenty-two years old at the time the photo was taken.

Deputy Luther also served as the decoy who answered the door of the apartment. The reporter asked defendant why he would engage in such sexually explicit chats with someone he believed to be fourteen years old and then drive to meet that person, believing that her parents were out of town. In response to the reporter's questions, defendant apologized and admitted it was wrong for him to be there. I have met with three (3) adult females before whom I have met in chat rooms. These have all been within the last two years and one of the in-person meetings even resulted in sex. For tonight, I knew what I was doing and am not under the influence of any drug or alcohol. To be entitled to an instruction on entrapment, the defendant must produce “some credible evidence tending to support the defendant's contention that he was a victim of entrapment, as that term is known to the law.” State v.

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