An Oklahoma woman was arrested on Thursday after commenting on a police division’s Facebook post about her being an adjunct to execute, authorities said.
A week, the Tulsa Police Division posts on Facebook about their “Most Wished” person of the week. Authorities were asking the general public to again discover Lorraine Graves after detectives suspected she was concerned in the March 13 killing of Eric Graves, 30.
Two other suspects were already arrested and charged for execute, nonetheless Tulsa police were doubtful of Graves’ location and requested anyone with information on her whereabouts to name Tulsa Crime Stoppers.Turns out authorities didn’t wish to search too a ways.
Less than three hours after the post was made, Graves commented: “What’s where’s the reward money at,” on the post.
On Friday, the Tulsa Police Division launched on Facebook that Graves was arrested in north Tulsa by the fugitive warrants unit. In the post, authorities shared the comments Graves made in the distinctive post.
Graves was charged with accessory to execute and has her bond region at $500,000.
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