An Oklahoma woman has learned the hard way to be careful with what you post online, especially when you’re wanted in connection with a gruesome murder.
The Tulsa Police Department initially turned to publicity Wednesday to help track down a woman named Lorraine Graves, suspected of being an accessory in the March murder of a relative, identified as Eric Graves.
The police posted the appeal on their Facebook page, and it quickly caught Graves’ eye. The wanted woman then decided to taunt the police.
“Where is the bounty (sic),” Graves posted under the department’s desperate plea.
One user warned her that executive will be able to track her through her use of social media, while others predict the wanted woman will soon find herself behind bars.
After the smug remark, it didn’t take long for the police to track down Graves.
A quick arrest followed, and the department posted a photo of her in a cell while revealing how officers caught the suspect.
“On July 15, 21 at around 4:30 p.m.,” the department said, “our Escape Order unit detectives arrested Graves north of Tulsa near 36th St. N. and Garrison Ave. Graves was charged with Murder. Her bond is set at $500,000. “
TPD emphasizes that this is just an arrest, not conviction, conviction, judgment. Even so, it looks like Graves doesn’t have any bounties coming her way.
It is unclear what motives led to the death of 30-year-old Eric Graves or his relationship with Lorraine Graves. But according to World of Tulsa, the shooting broke out because of an affair.
Although Lorraine Graves initially gave detectives an interview about the murder of her loved one, she later refused to cooperate and claimed to have forgotten everything.
It looks like her arrest warrant was issued shortly after this radical change.
This isn’t the only problem she has, either.
Documents cited by Tulsa World accuse Lorraine Graves of “facilitating the disposal of a potential murder weapon” by driving one of the shooting suspects around to destroy it. guns.
Gabriel Hopson, 20, and Jayden Hopson, 19, are the main suspects in the murder. Both are being held on first-degree murder charges.
Graves is now charged with murder, according to Tulsa . County Jail Records. Her bail is set at $250,000.