Read Sheriff's Epic Poem to Jailed Suspect Who Taunted Cops on Facebook
A 21-year-old man who taunted police on Facebook is now behind bars.
The Polk County Sheriff’s Office initially posted on Facebook that authorities were looking for 21-year-old Logan Hale, who’s charged with armed burglary, grand theft of a firearm, and grand theft over $10,000.
Hale responded to the post in a series of taunting comments, writing, “HELLO here I am… Deputies continue to look for me but are frustrated that I am unable to be located.”
Sheriff Grady Judd explained this morning on “Fox and Friends” that the sheriff’s office then put a $500 bounty on Hale’s head, “and all those people who he thought were his friends rather wanted the money.”
Judd posted the news of Hale’s arrest to Facebook with a clever poem, calling Hale's attempts to hide “an epic fail.”
"Logan Hale, you are on your way to jail. Your attempts to hide were to no avail. Epic fail." - Sheriff Grady Judd pic.twitter.com/NvJ77p2L91
— Polk County Sheriff (@PolkCoSheriff) August 21, 2015
Judd advises suspects to just turn themselves in.
“If you run, you’re just gonna go to jail tired,” he said.