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Circumstantial evidence identifies perpetrator (access required)

There was sufficient circumstantial evidence that appellant, and not someone else, committed the crimes that form the basis of his convictions. Sufficient evidence “Frink was convicted of seven offenses: wearing a mask in public, two counts of use of a firearm in a threating manner while committing a felony, abduction, robbery, possession of a firearm by a ...