WANTED MAN TAUNTS COPS IN FACEBOOK COMMENT SECTION OF POLICE POST CALLING FOR HIM TO TURN HIMSELF IN

Washington state cops had to look no further than the comments section of their Facebook page to keep tabs on a guy wanted for violating his probation. There, 38-year-old Anthony Akers responded to a Nov. 28 post by the Richland Police department stating he was "wanted by the Department of Corrections...

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