Ohio Man Andrew Dale Marcum Commented On His Own Wanted Poster On Facebook, Gets Arrested

Ohio man, Andrew Dale Marcum, apparently thought it was a good idea to comment on his own wanted poster on the Butler County Sheriff’s Office Facebook page. All did not end well for Andrew Marcum – not by a long shot. The 21-year-old was soon arrested and photographed in tears in a mugshot by Hamilton law enforcement officers.

Earlier this week the Butler County Sheriff’s office posted the Andrew Marcum wanted poster online, complete with photos and details about his outstanding warrants. Just a few hours after being highlighted at the Butler County “Warrant of the Week” Marcum commented post shared by the sheriff’s deputies who were searching for him in the Ohio region.

“I ain’t tripping half of them don’t even know me,” Andrew Dale Marcum commented beneath the Facebook wanted poster. It remains unclear what the wanted man’s phrase meant.

The Butler County Sheriff’s Office responded to Marcum’s comment by saying, “Andrew Marcum- If you could stop by the Sheriff’s Office, that’d be great.” The now viral Facebook wanted poster enticed hundreds of other people to also comment on the exchange, including members of the nearby Hamilton County Police Association.

“Andrew Marcum please stay in Butler County… thanks for your cooperation,” the Hamilton County Police Association said.

The Andrew Dale Marcum wanted poster shared on Facebook by the Butler County Sheriff’s Office read:

“Time for another featured warrant of the week! BCSO is looking to apprehend Andrew Dale Marcum on numerous warrants. He has previously been known to reside on Route 4 in Lemon Township, but also tends to commit crimes in Hamilton and Middletown. The highlight of his recent criminal past involves burglary/ safe-cracking (a Felony 2). He’s also been dabbling in abduction (F2), assault (M1), domestic violence (M1), criminal endangering (M1) and he has some bench warrants. If you see this subject, do not approach call 9-1-1.”

After the Ohio law enforcement officers captured Andrew Marcum, they posted this follow-up on Facebook:

“Andrew Dale Marcum will be off Facebook temporarily, because there is no social media access in the Butler County Jail. He’s turned himself in. Thanks to our Facebook and Twitter friends for helping turn up the heat.”

Andrew Dale Marcum ultimately turned himself in to the Butler County Sheriff’s Office.

[Image via: Butler County Sheriff’s Office Facebook Page]