Fugitive Arrested After Commenting on Facebook Post | 22 Words

Oklahoma police found a suspect on their "Most Wanted" list after she responded to a Facebook post asking about the reward money.

Lorraine Graves was charged with being an accessory to murder after she commented on a Tulsa Police Department post on Wednesday that listed her as their "Weekly Most Wanted."

Graves replied to the post, saying "where's the reward money at?" a screenshot of her post shows.

According to the department, detectives arrested her in north Tulsa on Thursday and her bond has been set at $500,000, cops said.

KTUL reported the police department was asking the public for information regarding the March murder of thirty-year-old Eric Graves, who was found shot dead inside a St. Thomas Square Apartment building.

As well as Graves' arrest, 2 other suspects, Jayden Hopson and Gabriel Hobson were also charged with murder according to police.

Her comment left Facebook users baffled...

"Giiiiirl you better stay off social media they can track you !!" one person commented.

"Aint gonna be as funny when you get processed," said another.

Her comment has been deleted from the original post, but the post announcing she had finally been caught has since gone viral and gained over 1,300 comments in the last 3 days.

Once arrested, the Tulsa police department posted to Facebook, writing: "On Wednesday, we posted Lorraine Graves as the Weekly Most Wanted for Accessory to Murder in the homicide of Eric Graves earlier this year. Shortly after that, Lorraine Graves started commenting on our post asking about reward money. On 7/15/21 around 4:30 p.m., detectives with our Fugitive Warrants unit arrested Graves in north Tulsa near 36th St. N. and Garrison Ave. Graves is charged with Accessory to Murder. Her bond is set at $500,000. This is an arrest, not a conviction."

"Well did she get her reward money," a user commented after news of the arrest circulated...

"Not like she was gonna be on the run forever anyways. While the post is funny...she was probably caught in her neighborhood and her Comment had nothing to do with her apprehension," one user said.

A second wrote: "enjoy yourself. Reward? Haha, the last laugh is on YOU! Get comfy, you're going to be in for a while. You get convicted, you deserve every minute of it. No grits, no cornbread, no chicken...hmmm maybe you can lose a few pounds. Don't do the crime if you can't do the time!"

"I'm thinking her charge is for being there but not working with the police. Probably out of her own fear of retribution? If I'm right, then that explains the smile because that weight is gonna be lifted and she will turn state testimony against the two killers," a third commented.

Well, it just goes to show that you really shouldn't comment on a police Facebook post when you're on the Most Wanted list!