Mohave County CourthouseA mistrial has been declared in the case of a Kingman man who faces a possible lengthy prison sentence in a kiddie porn case. A new trial is scheduled in March for William Meyer, 30. Meyer could get ten years behind bars for each of 23 counts of sexual exploitation of a minor noted in his criminal indictment. Prosecutor Doug Camacho said images of child pornography were located on Meyer’s computer that was seized during a 2010 visit to his home in the 2700 block of Suffock Avenue. A law enforcement official in Phoenix who monitors the internet notified Kingman police that illegal pornography was being downloaded at the residence. Camacho told the jury that Meyer told investigators he would search the internet for sexually explicit pictures of pre-teens and teenagers. “He admitted that he had a pornography problem,” Camacho said. Meyer reportedly seriously injured himself during a fall in the bathroom at the Mohave County Courthouse in Kingman before he was to testify Thursday, January 22. He was still in the hospital the following day and the trial was called off because of scheduling problems with jurors and legal officials.

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