- Maybe she made the police’s job too easy.
- They arrested a woman who was on the ‘Most Wanted’ list of the week after she commented on a post on Facebook.
- Authorities arrested the woman after noticing that she had commented on the same post where the police asked for information about her.
Although it seems like a joke, it happened in the United States. Authorities arrested a woman after she herself commented on a post that the police had published on Facebook about the ‘Most Wanted’ of the week where she appeared.
Oklahoma police tracked down a suspect who was on their ‘Most Wanted’ list after she inquired about reward money for her capture in a comment to the Facebook post, reported the New York Post on Sunday night.
It’s not a joke: They arrested a woman after commenting on a police post where they were looking for her
Citing authorities, the newspaper indicated that Lorraine Graves was arrested on one count of accessory to murder after she wrote a comment on a Tulsa Police Department post last Wednesday where she was listed as one of the “Most Wanted ‘(Most Wanted).
As shown in a screenshot of screen of the publication released by the police, Lorraine Graves responded to the post on Facebook by writing in a mocking tone: “where is the reward money?”
They arrested the woman and set her bail at $ 500 thousand
Detectives arrested the woman Thursday in north Tulsa, according to information provided by the Tulsa Police Department. His bail was set at $ 500,000, the New York Post said.
Authorities were asking the public for clues as to the whereabouts of Lorraine Graves for her link to the March murder of Eric Graves, a 30-year-old man who was found shot to death inside an apartment in St. Thomas Square Apartments, it said. KTUL.
She was wanted for her connection to a homicide
Although they shared the same last name, it was not specified how Lorraine Graves and fatal victim Eric Graves were related, the New York Post reported in its Monday night report.
Two other suspects in the crime, identified by authorities as Jayden Hopson and Gabriel Hobson, were charged with manslaughter in the shooting in which Eric Graves was killed in March.
The atypical comment of the suspect
He probably didn’t think very well what he was doing. The comment made by the suspect was quite insane to some Facebook users, who also wrote in the police post.
“Chiiiica, you better stay away from social networks, they can track you !!”, commented one person; “It’s not going to be that much fun when they process you,” another user said in the post.
The alleged “dumbest” criminal
Although the defendant’s comment has been removed, the post that announced her capture has gone viral, generating more than 1,200 comments as of Sunday, the New York Post noted. “Well, she received her reward money,” wrote one user after news of the arrest circulated.
In the police post that showed the screenshot of the comment made by Lorraine Graves, you can also read the messages: “He didn’t get to jail because he was smart, that’s for sure!”, “What an idiot”, “in the next episode of the world’s dumbest criminals ”,“ she too could have turned herself in ”,“ did she think it was the Joker (Joker)? ”,“ the world’s dumbest criminals ”.
Woman posed as a dentist and removed 13 teeth from a patient and stole more than $ 20,000
In another police case, a woman who posed as a dentist and extracted 13 teeth from a patient, in addition to stealing more than $ 20,000 from the office, was arrested and charged by the authorities in the United States.
The newspaper Daily Mail He noted that the woman was identified as Laurel Eich, 42, who is now being accused of robbing the dental office where she worked as an assistant in Nevada and extracting 13 teeth from a patient, even though she is not a licensed dentist.
Ended up in prison
Laurel Eich, of Reno, was being held in the Washoe County jail, in Nevada, on Friday, and the judicial authorities set a bond of $ 20,000, detailed the mentioned newspaper.
The woman who posed as a dentist was charged with two counts of burglary with burglary and one count of grand theft, conspiracy to commit theft and performing surgery on another person without a license. He also faces three counts of violation of probation or condition of a suspended sentence, the Daily Mail detailed.
The woman who posed as a dentist also stole more than $ 20,000
Citing the Washoe County Sheriff’s Office, the newspaper reported that patrol officers responded to an after-hours burglar alarm at a dental office on Sun Valley Boulevard on May 3 and found the door ajar and a rear window. broken.
Inside the office, where police dogs were also used, officers discovered that $ 22,861 in cash and several checks had been stolen from a drawer, the Washoe County Sheriff’s Office said in a statement on Thursday. Facebook on Friday.
He removed 13 teeth from a patient
Authorities reported that during the investigation, detectives identified Laurel Eich, who worked in the office as a dental assistant, as a person of interest in the robbery, and they also learned that she had performed 13 dental extractions on a patient in one previous date.
Then authorities said Laurel Eich admitted to multiple people, including detectives, that she did perform the medical procedure and used anesthesia discarded by the dental office. For more details read this note.