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Wanted criminal comments on post by Sheriff's Office, gets caught

Posted at 10:15 PM, Mar 02, 2015

A Facebook post by an Ohio sheriff's office seeking a wanted criminal prompted the criminal to comment on it. Now he's been caught and off Facebook.


Andrew Dale Marcum is the subject of the post by the Butler County Sheriff's Office in Southwest Ohio, which states Marcum is wanted on numerous warrants, including burglary/safecracking, abduction, assault and domestic violence. There are also bench warrants for Marcum, according to the post.

Marcum responded to the post with the comment, "I ain't tripping half of them don't even know me," to which the BCSO responded, "Andrew Marcum, if you could stop by the Sheriff's Office, that'd be great." 

Apparently, Marcum heeded that advice.