This is not a list most would ask to be included.
A Georgia man assisted law enforcement in his arrest after commenting on the Rockdale County Sheriff’s Office Facebook page.
When the Atlanta-based sheriff’s department released its November Most Wanted List, Christopher Spaulding seemed offended by the omission.
“How about me,” Spaulding asked through his personal Facebook account.
The department was happy to respond Thursday, saying, “You’re right, you have two warrants, we’re on our way.”
Later Thursday, Rockdale Police shared an update on the bizarre exchange. Spaulding, who was wearing a red Georgia Bulldogs hoodie and cap, was arrested and handcuffed.
The 40-year-old had two felony warrants against parole, police said.
“We thank you for your assistance in your capture!” the department said in the Post.
After Spaulding was taken into custody, the Rockdale County Sheriff’s Office reminded wanted fugitives that getting off the “Most Wanted List” is not a ticket.
“Our top 10 is compiled solely on the basis of the seriousness of the charges. Just because you’re not on this list doesn’t mean our Fugitive Unit isn’t looking for you if you have an active warrant.”
https://nypost.com/2022/12/03/georgia-fugitive-christopher-spaulding-arrested-after-commenting-on-police-most-wanted-facebook-post/ Georgian refugee Christopher Spaulding has been arrested after he commented on the police’s “Most Wanted” Facebook post