Appellant, James Henry Rollins, was convicted of dispensing marijuana under § 195.020, RSMo 1959, V.A.M.S., by the
Circuit Court of Boone County, Missouri, and his punishment was assessed at imprisonment in the custody of the State Department
of Corrections for a term of five years. Following rendition of judgment and imposition of sentence an appeal was perfected
to this Court. According to the evidence adduced by the State, on the evening of March 5, 1967, Sharon Turner was entertaining a boyfriend,
Larry Duncan, at her apartment at 1105 Locust Street in Columbia, Missouri. At approximately 10:30 to 11 p.m., appellant appeared
at the front door at 1105 Locust Street and inquired of Sharon Turner as to whether her roommate, Mary Monsees, was home.
Sharon Turner testified that she recognized the person at the door as appellant. Sharon Turner testified that she told appellant
that Mary was not home, and that appellant left a bag and told Sharon to give it to Mary when Mary got home.
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