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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 10:35:08 AM
Went to college in pasco county. One of my classmates was commenting on this thread, and it popped up on my newsfeed yesterday. Glad to see the circle has been completed

/cool story bro
 
2013-07-13 10:40:55 AM

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


I'm not sure that's a realistic option if you've refused to surrender and taunted the police. The judge can quash it, sure. But you better bet he's going to be pretty pissed off about you blowing off your arrest warrant and refuse to do so until you appear.
 
2013-07-13 10:51:57 AM

farkinlovit: cops are criminals, with (lots of) judges as their boss.  get used to it

/thread



Yes, officer.

/fat guys and cops are the only ones on the internets
 
2013-07-13 11:14:59 AM

StoPPeRmobile: 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.


Well, yeah.

I just use Post-its.
 
2013-07-13 11:47:09 AM

Resident Muslim: StoPPeRmobile: 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.

Well, yeah.

I just use Post-its.



Post-its are for passwords.
 
2013-07-13 06:12:41 PM

fullyautomatic: 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.


Except, if the story is right, he's not a criminal at all. If the story is right the sherriff's office verified a rock-solid alibi. He might still be dumb, but I don't think a phd is necessary to be an mma fighter.
 
2013-07-13 06:46:32 PM

doglover: 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?


Bet it still comes up on background checks, and you're still fired from your job.

Unless the law says people arrested falsely cannot be fired for absence.
 
2013-07-13 10:33:07 PM
this thread is useless w/out ears

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