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(First Coast News)   Fugitive caught after commenting on his own wanted picture on sheriff's office Facebook page   (firstcoastnews.com) divider line 58
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2013-07-13 12:05:19 AM
Wow this is  dumb-criminals week! This is not quite as stupid as the guy using the stolen cc to pay for fingerprints, but this is fairly close I would say.
 
2013-07-13 12:06:59 AM
I think the dumbass tag should trump the Florida tag in this case.
 
2013-07-13 12:44:42 AM
a real criminal mastermind
 
2013-07-13 12:56:59 AM
In today's news, here's some crap we found on Facebook.
 
2013-07-13 01:09:40 AM
Tag splains it.
 
2013-07-13 01:12:24 AM
Abject stupidity seems to be a Florida refreshment....
 
2013-07-13 01:16:51 AM
Why not wait until he clicks that he's checked in somewhere and then arrest him where he's checked in at?
 
2013-07-13 01:22:34 AM
I was cut during an MRSA fight, and got MMA.
 
2013-07-13 01:23:11 AM

LordOfThePings: I was cut during an MRSA fight, and got MMA.


FTFM
 
2013-07-13 01:23:39 AM

Oldiron_79: Tag splains it.




Well water.
 
2013-07-13 01:23:44 AM
George Z?
 
2013-07-13 01:23:54 AM
Matthew Oliver if you would like to discuss your active warrant, please come to the sudden realization that your telephone can be used for something other than posting on Facebook. Perhaps even the mind farking revelation that you can interact with other people in a calm and rational manner to resolve your differences.
 
2013-07-13 01:24:57 AM
They caught him where they knew he lived. What did Facebook posts have to do with it?
 
2013-07-13 01:26:34 AM
we verified you were in the hospital...we're still going to arrest you

/damn those crackheads
 
2013-07-13 01:28:29 AM
If he was so easy to find that they just waited at his apartment, why didn't they do that in the first place? They also claim to have verified that he has a good alibi; a simple visit would've established that earlier.

Sound like cops couldn't get off their asses and do simple police work, and instead just wanted to post to Facebook.
 
2013-07-13 01:30:30 AM

LordOfThePings: LordOfThePings: I was cut during an MRSA fight, and got MMA.

FTFM


I could be wrong, but I think you had it right the first time. Since you pronounce 'M' as emm, 'an' would be appropriate.
 
2013-07-13 01:37:11 AM

Popcorn Johnny: They caught him where they knew he lived. What did Facebook posts have to do with it?




Wanted criminal fugitives use the Facebook.

/ban it already
 
2013-07-13 01:38:30 AM
If he was found out to be in the hospital why wasn't the warrant dropped?
 
2013-07-13 01:39:40 AM
that was a fail/win/fail

he was wanted and posted to facebook, his alibi checked out and all he had to do was call in and handle it, instead he keeps playin tag on facebook.

yeah.....
 
2013-07-13 01:45:46 AM

Yes this is dog: LordOfThePings: LordOfThePings: I was cut during an MRSA fight, and got MMA.

FTFM

I could be wrong, but I think you had it right the first time. Since you pronounce 'M' as emm, 'an' would be appropriate.


But I don't. I say 'mersa'. Anyway, it's an joke fail.
 
2013-07-13 01:48:44 AM
Instead of calling the sheriff's office, Oliver continued to detail his alibi, writing he was "cut during an MMA fight, got MRSA"

This speaks volumes but I will won't say what.
 
2013-07-13 01:49:38 AM
"Ur runnin from the popo & post on your picture? Lol" said another.

lol
 
2013-07-13 01:49:55 AM
Dumb, certainly, but the police called him a fugitive before bothing to see if he was at his apartment?
 
2013-07-13 01:52:02 AM

AndreMA: If he was so easy to find that they just waited at his apartment, why didn't they do that in the first place? They also claim to have verified that he has a good alibi; a simple visit would've established that earlier.

Sound like cops couldn't get off their asses and do simple police work, and instead just wanted to post to Facebook.


You're forgetting the tag.

And that cops are just unsalvagable derelicts who finally realized one day that they would end up on one side of the bars, or the other.
 
2013-07-13 01:54:10 AM
I once had a warrant out in the state of Nebraska and didn't even know it until I showed up to pay my ticket.

"Uh, I live right across the river? Couldn't you guys have let me know or something?"

/breaking the law.....breaking the law....
 
2013-07-13 02:02:18 AM

Great Janitor: Why not wait until he clicks that he's checked in somewhere and then arrest him where he's checked in at?


That may jeopardize swat team funding. Better to "have" to do a pre-dawn raid and kill a few dogs.
 
2013-07-13 02:32:49 AM

Just another Heartland Weirdass: Great Janitor: Why not wait until he clicks that he's checked in somewhere and then arrest him where he's checked in at?

That may jeopardize swat team funding. Better to "have" to do a pre-dawn raid and kill a few dogs.


They only kill dogs when it's the wrong house.
 
2013-07-13 02:39:46 AM

Just another Heartland Weirdass: Great Janitor: Why not wait until he clicks that he's checked in somewhere and then arrest him where he's checked in at?

That may jeopardize swat team funding. Better to "have" to do a pre-dawn raid and kill a few dogs.


Speaking of SWAT, today somebody in San Francisco shot two people in the heavy-security Jewelry Mart - which is also thirty seconds from San Francisco's SWAT unit.

Guys would have needed jet packs or something to get out of that one.
 
2013-07-13 03:28:26 AM
These morans that continue using social media when they're on the run or whatever, don't they realize that the NSA can pinpoint their location to fifteen decimal points of a diatomic hydrogen molecule's nucleus without even breaking a sweat?
Or, more importantly, how about the ones that eschew social media once they're fugitives? They think they're off the grid. No paying by plastic, no contact with family, no phones, no iTunes, not even any outdoor activity in daylight in case the Goggle drones buzzing the planet take a photo and 'accidentally' report it straight to NSA Command in Kansas. They're still being watched, take away all the electronics with all the spying equipment they have built-in and go run hide up a mountain, down a valley or even try and live in the sea, you're still being tracked, filmed and processed every second and every split-second... because moms. Moms are notorious songbirds and it only takes a pack of those new Taco-mallows, or maybe a James Deen butt-hair comb, or even a tiny stanky old school wedge of cash and your lovely mama will squeal like a piglet getting punched in the balls by an scorpion and sell your soul. Was a thing back in the 70s when all my generation had mind -control apparatus installed in our heads, crudely I might add, and in exchange our beloved mother's got Barry Manilow autographed toothbrushes. Now? I dread to think what they are installing in kids today but don't think for a minute your mama didn't sell your ratty ass out for a trinket, better still, don't think. At all.
 
2013-07-13 03:28:52 AM
So wait... they verified his alibi and then they didn't drop the warrant. Also this guy could hardly be described as a fugitive if he was at his own residence the entire time.

What the fark gives with these cops?
 
2013-07-13 03:41:01 AM

Bonanza Jellybean: Dumb, certainly, but the police called him a fugitive before bothing to see if he was at his apartment?


NSA told them he was there, duh.
 
2013-07-13 03:54:33 AM
s3-ec.buzzfed.com
 
2013-07-13 04:05:51 AM
In fact, after reading Oliver's posts, Pasco Fugitive Warrants even commented: "I have verified that Matt's post about being in the hospital is true. In an earlier post, I provided a telephone number for him to call us. If he feels he does not fit the definition of the word 'fugitive,' I will be hearing from him."

However, Oliver still refused to cooperate so the Pasco Sheriff's Office continued their pursuit to arrest him. Deputies kept an eye on his apartment and apprehended him as he left Friday afternoon.


It sounds like he had a solid alibi and was going about his daily life. He probably thought he was able to solve everything through facebook and was in the clear.
 
2013-07-13 04:14:45 AM

gravebayne2: that was a fail/win/fail

he was wanted and posted to facebook, his alibi checked out and all he had to do was call in and handle it, instead he keeps playin tag on facebook.

yeah.....



Because when the police are publicly called out on making a false accusation, they're always eager to help the accused clean up the damage and move on with their life. Right?
 
2013-07-13 04:22:53 AM

TwistedFark: So wait... they verified his alibi and then they didn't drop the warrant. Also this guy could hardly be described as a fugitive if he was at his own residence the entire time.

What the fark gives with these cops?


A judge issued the warrant. Even if the police can verify his innocence, he's still going to get arrested and brought before the judge, because the judge is the only one with the power to make that warrant go away.
 
2013-07-13 05:44:01 AM

NormallyTechnos: TwistedFark: So wait... they verified his alibi and then they didn't drop the warrant. Also this guy could hardly be described as a fugitive if he was at his own residence the entire time.

What the fark gives with these cops?

A judge issued the warrant. Even if the police can verify his innocence, he's still going to get arrested and brought before the judge, because the judge is the only one with the power to make that warrant go away.


Is the arrest expunged if the alabi checks out?
 
2013-07-13 05:49:46 AM

doglover: Is the arrest expunged if the alabi checks out?


They put it on your permanent record.
 
2013-07-13 06:03:16 AM

doglover: Is the arrest expunged if the alabi checks out?


Automatically? I don't believe so. I'm not terribly familiar with Florida law, and I'm too lazy to research it, but most states make it super easy if you can honestly say 'I was arrested because the police failed to do their job properly" or the prosecution supports it.
 
2013-07-13 06:25:22 AM
I was fully expecting the, "I have verified that Matt's post about being in the hospital is true." line to be just that, a line.
Similar to how they bait fugitives with a prize they've won that they need to come collect.
 
dsh
2013-07-13 07:14:44 AM
PROOF that stupid people should'nt breed
 
2013-07-13 07:52:44 AM

doglover: Is the arrest expunged if the alabi checks out?


I have a feeling once the charges are dropped, the cops involved are going for resisting arrest charges.  They may even swing by his place and arrest any other residents for harboring a fugitive.  If he gave any officers a dirty look, that's assault on an officer.  He better hope all his library books are returned.  If not, grand larceny.
 
2013-07-13 08:07:08 AM

C18H27NO3: I was fully expecting the, "I have verified that Matt's post about being in the hospital is true." line to be just that, a line.
Similar to how they bait fugitives with a prize they've won that they need to come collect.


That was what I was thinking. Draw him out by saying it's all cool and then arrest his a@@.

Prize money fugitives, those people are even more stupid.

'I didn't play no lotto but I've won $$$$$$$$$$! I'm gonna go collect it!'

These are the peeps Nigerian scammers dream of, them and the local popo.
 
2013-07-13 08:07:15 AM

YoOjo: These morans that continue using social media when they're on the run or whatever, don't they realize that the NSA can pinpoint their location to fifteen decimal points of a diatomic hydrogen molecule's nucleus without even breaking a sweat?
Or, more importantly, how about the ones that eschew social media once they're fugitives? They think they're off the grid. No paying by plastic, no contact with family, no phones, no iTunes, not even any outdoor activity in daylight in case the Goggle drones buzzing the planet take a photo and 'accidentally' report it straight to NSA Command in Kansas. They're still being watched, take away all the electronics with all the spying equipment they have built-in and go run hide up a mountain, down a valley or even try and live in the sea, you're still being tracked, filmed and processed every second and every split-second... because moms. Moms are notorious songbirds and it only takes a pack of those new Taco-mallows, or maybe a James Deen butt-hair comb, or even a tiny stanky old school wedge of cash and your lovely mama will squeal like a piglet getting punched in the balls by an scorpion and sell your soul. Was a thing back in the 70s when all my generation had mind -control apparatus installed in our heads, crudely I might add, and in exchange our beloved mother's got Barry Manilow autographed toothbrushes. Now? I dread to think what they are installing in kids today but don't think for a minute your mama didn't sell your ratty ass out for a trinket, better still, don't think. At all.


Anybody going to top that? I don't think so.
 
2013-07-13 08:56:19 AM

StopLurkListen: Just another Heartland Weirdass: Great Janitor: Why not wait until he clicks that he's checked in somewhere and then arrest him where he's checked in at?

That may jeopardize swat team funding. Better to "have" to do a pre-dawn raid and kill a few dogs.

Speaking of SWAT, today somebody in San Francisco shot two people in the heavy-security Jewelry Mart - which is also thirty seconds from San Francisco's SWAT unit.

Guys would have needed jet packs or something to get out of that one.




How quickly we forget.

Just 3 on a timer would shut the nation down.
 
2013-07-13 09:19:10 AM

NormallyTechnos: A judge issued the warrant. Even if the police can verify his innocence, he's still going to get arrested and brought before the judge, because the judge is the only one with the power to make that warrant go away.


Or the person or agency originally seeking the warrant could be ethical and go back to the judge to have the warrant quashed.

/what am I saying? Ethics?
 
2013-07-13 09:39:59 AM
"I didn't kill my wife."

"I don't care."

Welp, he claims he's innocent so the cops should just give up and let him go.
 
2013-07-13 10:09:22 AM

lack of warmth: doglover: Is the arrest expunged if the alabi checks out?

I have a feeling once the charges are dropped, the cops involved are going for resisting arrest charges.  They may even swing by his place and arrest any other residents for harboring a fugitive.  If he gave any officers a dirty look, that's assault on an officer.  He better hope all his library books are returned.  If not, grand larceny.


All those laws you are unknowingly/unconsciously breaking will be used at the police's discretion when they want to take you down, especially in the surveillance age.


/why do you think all of those devices with user facing cameras no longer have sliding mechanisms that cover the lens?
//they had that at one point, didn't they?
///nervous slashies
 
2013-07-13 10:21:50 AM

Resident Muslim: lack of warmth: doglover: Is the arrest expunged if the alabi checks out?

I have a feeling once the charges are dropped, the cops involved are going for resisting arrest charges.  They may even swing by his place and arrest any other residents for harboring a fugitive.  If he gave any officers a dirty look, that's assault on an officer.  He better hope all his library books are returned.  If not, grand larceny.

All those laws you are unknowingly/unconsciously breaking will be used at the police's discretion when they want to take you down, especially in the surveillance age.


/why do you think all of those devices with user facing cameras no longer have sliding mechanisms that cover the lens?
//they had that at one point, didn't they?
///nervous slashies




Oh noes.
richtoolsystems.com
 
2013-07-13 10:28:57 AM
cops are criminals, with (lots of) judges as their boss.  get used to it

/thread
 
2013-07-13 10:33:10 AM

wildstarr: If he was found out to be in the hospital why wasn't the warrant dropped?


Exactly. If what they say is true, no wonder he is on the lam. They seemed to confirm he had an airtight alibi, but still arrested him. Guilty until proven innocent?
 
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