Estes Park mom's tip leads to Andrew Myers guilty plea on enticement, child porn charges

WORCESTER, Mass. - Nearly a year after an Estes Park mother helped police bust a suspected internet predator he has pleaded guilty.

Andrew Myers of Massachusetts said in court that he did not contest the charges of attempting to entice minors for sex and possession of child pornography, according to the Telegram & Gazette.

Myers is a lawyer who also worked as a middle school substitute teacher and Boy Scout leader.

Prosecutors said Myers had been communicating via email and Skype with a 12-year-old boy in Estes Park and allegedly enticed the boy to display sexual acts.

Deputies were tipped off by the boy's mother who gave investigators a 29-page transcript of several chat discussions, said John Schulz of the Larimer County Sheriff's Office.

Authorities also alleged that Myers communicated via email with at least three suspected minor boys in Massachusetts and offered to perform sexual acts on them.

Sentencing is scheduled for Sept. 9.