) — A Georgia man’s Facebook comment drew unwanted police attention, leading to an arrest.
On Monday, the Rockdale County Sheriff’s Office in Georgia released a list of the 10 most wanted fugitives. It was then that Christopher Spaulding decided to intervene.
“What about me?” he wrote in the comments.
Well, it turns out that even though Spaulding was by no means one of the most wanted fugitives in the county, he was still wanted.
“You are right, you have two warrants for your arrest, we are on our way,” the sheriff’s office wrote in response.
The Rockdale County Sheriff’s Office fugitive unit quickly found Spaulding and arrested him on two probation violation warrants.
“Our Top 10 is compiled based on the severity of the charges only,” the sheriff’s office wrote Thursday. “Not being on this list doesn’t mean our Fugitive Unit isn’t looking for you if you have an active warrant out for your arrest.”