When This Man’s Wanted Poster Went Up On Facebook, He Did Something Really Dumb

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If you were a wanted felon on the run, you”d do almost anything to avoid getting caught, right? You pretty much got away with your crime, and now all you need to do is lie low. If you move to a country that doesn”t have extradition laws, you could probably get away with it forever.

Some felons just can”t handle that and want to leave calling cards after committing a crime. Some even become braggarts, publicly celebrating the fact that they didn”t get caught. Well, let this story serve as a reminder that crime doesn”t pay, and neither does bragging about committing one.

Levi Charles Reardon was wanted for felony forgery. With all of the modern technology that we have these days, one of the best ways to post wanted ads is through social media. This post went up on Facebook when low and behold…

Levi Charles Reardon was wanted for felony forgery. With all of the modern technology that we have these days, one of the best ways to post wanted ads is through social media. This post went up on Facebook when low and behold...

…Levi Charles Reardon himself saw the post, “liked” it, and thought it would make for a great story. But then something happened that he didn”t expect.

...Levi Charles Reardon himself saw the post, "liked" it, and thought it would make for a great story. But then something happened that he didn

His phone was using GPS at the time, so police were able to track him down after he “liked” the status. I bet he feels silly now that Facebook is what did him in.

His phone was using GPS at the time, so police were able to track him down after he

(via foxnews)

Remember kids, don”t commit crimes. Not only will you go to jail, but you”ll ruin your future. Also remember that if you do decide to commit a crime, do not under any circumstance brag about it on social media. Unless you want to get caught, that is.

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