A fugitive wanted by police should have thought twice before commenting on a Facebook post and asking about reward money with her real identity.
“Most wanted” suspect Lorraine Graves was arrested after she posted on a Tulsa Police Department Facebook post asking about the possibility of reward money for information regarding the crime she was allegedly involved in.
Tulsa police initially posted on Facebook asking the public for more information on the whereabouts of Lorraine Graves, who is suspected as being an accessory to the murder of Eric Graves by Jayden and Gabriel Hopson at an apartment complex. Police said that the two suspects have already been arrested. The homicide was the eleventh in the city this year.
Graves commented on the post asking about reward money. “Where the reward money at?” she wrote.
Others replied to her with warnings and admonishments. “Giiirl you better stay off social media they can track you,” one said.
However, it was already too late for Graves. Police also took a screenshot of Graves’ comment for evidence before it was deleted.
Graves was arrested in North Tulsa by detectives with the fugitive warrants unit shortly after her post.
The Tulsa Police Department released a follow-up post of a detained Graves smiling before the camera. “This is an arrest, not a conviction,” the caption read.
Graves’ bond is set at $500,000 dollars.