(ReliableNews.org) – It’s easy to dislike Facebook these days in the midst of its efforts to censor and cancel conservative voices. However, at its best, it offers some rather amusing tales of self-inflicted suffering by users who behave carelessly while engaging with others. Such is the story of Lorraine Graves.
The Tulsa, Oklahoma Police Department posted two photographs of Graves on its Facebook page on July 14 as part of its “Weekly Most Wanted” campaign. Detectives alleged she was involved in a recent homicide, and they were looking for information regarding her current whereabouts.
Woman busted after commenting on her own ‘Most Wanted’ post https://t.co/zqrukqlntW
— Toronto Sun (@TheTorontoSun) July 19, 2021
Graves responded to the post in a spectacular display of bad judgment, asking, “Where’s the reward money (SIC) at?” Unamused, other users quickly responded saying that she wouldn’t think things were funny when the cops led her off in handcuffs.
The Tulsa Police posted a follow-up statement two days later informing the public that police detectives from the Fugitive Warrants divisions took Graves into custody around 4:30 p.m. on July 15. As it turns out, it’s simple enough for law enforcement officials to get a warrant to track the location of a fugitive clueless enough to interact with the police online.
Graves faces one count of accessory to murder and is currently in the Tulsa Country Jail on a $500,000 bond awaiting trial. All’s well that ends well!
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