Man accused of crime takes to law enforcement’s Facebook to dispute report

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OKLAHOMA CITY – Most people are not too happy when they are arrested for a crime.

However, a man accused of a crime took to a law enforcement’s Facebook page to air his grievances.

Earlier this week, the Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office said three people met in jail parking lot exchange gaming systems that had been purchased earlier in the day.

Officials say 18-year-old Johnathan Borboa had sold a Playstation 3 to 37-year-old Brandon Walker at a different location earlier in the day.

After discovering the Playstation didn’t work, Walker contacted Borboa and the two agreed to meet a second time to exchange Playstation 3s.

This time they met at the Oklahoma County Jail parking lot and Borboa brought his roommate, 19-year-old Kerry Hayes, with him.

Officials say Borboa even brought along a television with him to prove the second Playstation worked.

However, it turned out the gaming system did not work.

The sheriff’s office says Walker became upset and kicked Borboa’s television.

All three were arrested for assault and battery and injuring/ destroying property.

After the arrest, the Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office posted the group’s mugshots on its Facebook page.

However, a man claiming to be Walker commented on the story, saying the sheriff’s office had the whole story wrong.

“All the information is from the report, which is public record. You will be able to obtain a report,” the sheriff’s office wrote.

“It can’t say that the arresting officers know Borboa was in the headlock and I sprayed them at the same time in the middle of the vehicle,” said Brandon Wong.

“You’re right, it says Hayes was in the headlock. The report will be available in the next day or so,” the sheriff’s office replied.

“I never touched hayes (sic) lol I’m just pointing out the false parts wondering how you could post such a false story,” he said. “Are you going to put the real report up then?”

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