Wanted Suspect Taunts Police Officers on Facebook – But the Way the Sheriff Responds is the Definition of Epic

Wanted Suspect Taunts Police Officers on Facebook – But the Way the Sheriff Responds is the Definition of Epic

Andrew Marcum was wanted by the Butler County Sheriff’s Office, and at first, he tried to play tough. But after taunting police on Facebook, Mr. Tough Guy ended up turning himself in, with a final epic takedown by the sheriff.

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After sheriff’s deputies in Butler County, Ohio, posted images of a suspect wanted on burglary, assault and abduction charges on Facebook, officers believe the actual suspect replied to the post with a taunting message.

“I ain’t tripping half of them don’t even know me,” the reply said.

Butler County Sheriff Richard Jones said he believes it was Andrew Dale Marcum, the wanted suspect, who posted the response to mock officers. He called it a little “exciting” and warned Marcum in a press conference that he was “poking the bear.”

“I take that as a challenge, and I take this as a challenge,” he said. “And as we speak this individual is taunting the police, and it’s not good to taunt the police.”

Jones also posted a hilarious personal message to Marcum on Twitter:

Then, less than 24 hours later, Jones tweeted a photo of Marcum’s embarrassing mugshot:

This guy will never be known as anything else for the rest of his life. He is now officially the loser who cried in his mugshot after trying — and failing — to taunt the police.

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