Ah, crime in the technologically trendy age. What a bunch of little kids.
Take the instance of Andrew Marcum. On March 3rd, the Butler County Sheriff’s Office posted this wanted updated on BCSO’s official Facebook page.
Okay, they want people to help them do their job. Fine.
The 21-year-old does have an extensive criminal background, we’ll grant you that.
Butler, in his infinite wisdom, decided it would be a good idea to actually respond to the sheriff’s office on Facebook.
To which the sheriff’s office responds with an invitation to stop by, and thousands of people have a laugh at someone else’s expense.
But, that apparently wasn’t enough. Butler County Sheriff Richard K. Jones personally took to Twitter to taunt Marcum, repeatedly:
Hey Andrew Marcum we’ve got your room ready… pic.twitter.com/iYkANLD9hZ
— Richard K. Jones (@butlersheriff) March 3, 2015
We r close to you marcum soon u will have a new place to live. C u soon. — Richard K. Jones (@butlersheriff) March 4, 2015
Marcum was apparently arrested shortly thereafter, crying:
Andrew Dale Marcum… pic.twitter.com/6Tq146Edoh
— Richard K. Jones (@butlersheriff) March 4, 2015
To which the sheriff also posted:
Is it raining outside or is he teared up. Tough guys sometime sensitive — Richard K. Jones (@butlersheriff) March 4, 2015
All kidding aside, what’s worse? A criminal ignorant enough to respond with his personal Facebook account to the sheriff’s dept that has warrants for his arrest, or sheriff who spends his time on his own personal Twitter account taunting and bullying said ignorant criminal?
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