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Butler County Sheriff Arrests Most Wanted Facebook Taunter

By    |   Thursday, 05 Mar 2015 07:13 AM

The Butler County Sheriff's Office in Ohio arrested a wanted man after he taunted them on Facebook, and got the last laugh as they snapped his mugshot while he was crying.

NBC News reported that the department put out a "Wanted" bulletin on its Facebook page for Andrew Marcum, 21, on Monday.

"Time for another featured warrant of the week! BCSO is looking to apprehend Andrew Dale Marcum on numerous warrants," its wrote.

"The highlight of his recent criminal past involves burglary / safe-cracking (a Felony 2). He's also been dabbling in abduction (F2), assault (M1), domestic violence (M1), criminal endangering (M1) and he has some bench warrants."

Just a few hours later, Marcum posted a response from his personal Facebook account.

"I ain't tripping," he said, "half of them don't even know me."

The next day, Sheriff Richard K. Jones responded to Marcum's taunt, tweeting out a picture of a jail cell, and letting him know they had traced his whereabouts.



Marcum apparently caved to the pressure, and soon turned himself in.

That's when Jones took the liberty of updating the Facebook post and Twitter with Marcum's brand new mugshot, in which he's seen red-faced and crying.




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