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HAMILTON, Ohio- An Ohio man is in custody after commenting on his own wanted photos that were posted to the sheriff department’s Facebook page.

Earlier this week, the Butler County Sheriff’s Office posted photos of Andrew Dale Marcum on Facebook, asking the public for help locating the man wanted on charges ranging from burglary to abduction.

Hours after the photo was posted, Marcum decided to comment on the post.

“I ain’t tripping half of them don’t even know me,” Marcum wrote.

His comment sparked hundreds of replies, one of which was from the Sheriff’s Office.

“If you could stop by the Sheriff’s Office, that’d be great,” responded the Sheriff’s office in the comments. “Hey, it doesn’t hurt to ask.”

At one point, Butler County Sheriff Richard Jones posted a picture of a jail cell on Twitter, letting Marcum know his room is ready.

It seems like Marcum complied with the Sheriff Office’s request.  He later turned himself in.


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