Talk about an epic fail!
A Florida sheriff who’d had it with a 21-year-old armed burglary’s suspect’s Facebook posting taunting deputies for being unable to find him turned his own hand to poetry and taught the guy a hard lesson:
Some people like $500 more than they like loser “friends.”
Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd was on “Fox & Friends” Tuesday to explain how fugitive Logan Hale made the “epic fail” decision to write a couplet on the sheriff’s Facebook page.
And how the sheriff’s office responded in kind.
Let’s just say Hale is no longer a free man, thanks to a reward the sheriff’s office offered for someone to turn him in.
“Logan Hale, you are on your way to jail. Your attempts to hide were to no avail. Epic fail.” – Sheriff Grady Judd pic.twitter.com/NvJ77p2L91
— Polk County Sheriff (@PolkCoSheriff) August 21, 2015
Check out the rest of Judd’s poetry reading here.
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