Police capture sex offender after his girlfriend ‘likes’ their department on Facebook

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    Police capture sex offender after his girlfriend ‘likes’ their department on Facebook

    The next time your boss catches you browsing Facebook while on the job, tell them you just may be helping to solve a crime. After all, the Tazewell County Sheriff's Office used Facebook to track down a missing sex offender after his girlfriend "liked" the department's page on the social networking site.

    Local CBS affiliate WJHL reports that Dyllan Naecher, 29, is a convicted sex offender in Maryland. He was allegedly hiding out with his girlfriend Samantha Dillow, 22, in Virginia. We still don't know exactly what motivated Dillow, but for some reason she decided to "like" the local police department's Facebook page.
    Tazewell County police then used the geographic stamp left by Dillow's "like" to pinpoint her residence.

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    Maybe she's hot for cop cock.
     
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    Federal Appeals Court throws out Indiana sex offenders Facebook ban...
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    Court: Sex Offender Facebook Ban Unconstitutional
    January 23, 2013 — An Indiana law that bans registered sex offenders from using Facebook and other social networking sites that can be accessed by children is unconstitutional, a federal appeals court ruled Wednesday.
     

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