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(SFGate)   Man Googles himself to see if he's a wanted man, finds out he's wanted by someone, promptly surrenders himself to his new found friends the police   (blog.sfgate.com) divider line 5
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2014-03-15 06:54:21 PM
2 votes:
"Captured Fugitive"?

There should be some kind of law against that kind of lie. He turned himself in. He is currently neither fugitive nor captured. "In Custody" is a much better description.
2014-03-16 10:58:46 AM
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danielscissorhands: Well I see the antipsychotics aren't working.


Ah, so you see them out there on the sidewalk, marching back and forth all day, holding their "NO PSYCHOTICS" placards? Well, they're not working if they're volunteers, but maybe some of them are being paid to do it, so they might indeed be working.
2014-03-15 08:18:37 PM
1 votes:
wow, either our cops are really good or criminals have gotten pretty timid.  He didn't even hurt anyone and he's most wanted.
2014-03-15 08:04:43 PM
1 votes:
THAT'S what it takes to be most wanted in NC?  No rapes or murders that need to be solved?
2014-03-15 07:19:54 PM
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doglover: "Captured Fugitive"?

There should be some kind of law against that kind of lie. He turned himself in. He is currently neither fugitive nor captured. "In Custody" is a much better description.


Because police departments are known for their honesty regarding themselves and their arrests
 
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