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Man Arrested in Balto. After Commenting on Facebook Mugshot

1 Written by: | Friday, Jul 25, 2014 10:04am

Roger Ray Ireland's Facebook mugshot

Roger Ray Ireland

On Wednesday, Anne Arundel County police posted a mugshot of Roger Ray Ireland, 28, wanted for violating his probation, to Facebook. Ireland promptly commented on the photo to declare, among other things, “Yall will never catch me.” He was caught 24 hours later.

Ireland was arrested in the course of a vehicle stop just above the Anne Arundel county line in South Baltimore early Thursday afternoon. He was taken into custody without incident.

Police credit Ireland’s quick capture not to his own liberal Internet commenting policy, but rather to social media tips from others. Still, it doesn’t look good. I mean, I hear “Yall will never catch me,” and I assume the guy’s got some kind of plan. One that involves a disguise or an alias or fleeing to another state or something.

 

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