Arrested-After Commenting On Facebook About His Wanted Poster

Fugitive Arrested-After He Gets Mad And Comments On Facebook About His Most Wanted Poster.

New way of catching criminals:

Post a fugitives Most Wanted Poster on Facebook and wait until he logs in and starts a conversational rebuttal with people leaving comments.

This is how, "Most Wanted Fugitive" Nicholas Emond was captured.

He didn't particularly like what people were saying about the, "Most Wanted Poster" Of the day that police had put up on Facebook.

When people started commenting negatively, Emonds, obviously thin-skinned, felt like giving them a piece of his mind.

He told people they were computer gangsters, people too afraid to say things to his face, and also he proclaimed his innocence due to he was being framed.
Police issued a warrant for Emond's arrest when he violated the terms of his release from jail and when they couldn't find him, they posted his very, very unique mug shot on Facebook. Emond decided to go on the social media site and defend his own honor on his own picture, declaring that the police would never be able to catch him because he was "hundreds of miles away."

Police apprehended Emond two days after his picture was posted on Facebook, Not too far away.
Arrested-After Commenting On Facebook About His Wanted Poster

Arrested-After Commenting On Facebook About His Wanted Poster

Arrested-After Commenting On Facebook About His Wanted Poster


Another criminal Matthew Oliver also went about things the same way , as he updated his status on Facebook:



Arrested-After Commenting On Facebook About His Wanted Poster


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