I think sister didn’t think that through. A woman who was on the run for alleged complicity in a murder was arrested after asking a police department on a Facebook post about the reward money offered for her arrest.
Lorraine Graves is said to have been evading the police since March when the murder occurred. Then the investigation took a big turn last week when the Tulsa Police Department in Oklahoma posted a few pictures of Lorraine on their Facebook page as part of their “Weekly Most Wanted” campaign, reports ABC News.
“The Tulsa police are looking for information on the whereabouts of Lorraine Graves,” the post said. “Lorraine Graves is charged with an accessory to murder. Detectives say she was involved in the city’s 10th murder in 2021, in which Eric Graves was shot dead in the St. Thomas Square Apartments. “
Not long after the mail went up, Lorraine wasted no time asking about the bag associated with her arrest. Lorraine commented,“Where’s the reward money?” stunning police and citizens alike.
“Giiiirl, you’d better stay away from social media, they can track you !!” one person commented.
“It won’t be that funny if you’re edited,” said another person under a photo shared by the Tulsa Police Department.
Lorraine Graves was arrested the next day after detectives from the Tulsa Police Department’s Fugitive Warrant unit found her in a house in northern Tulsa.
Two other men suspected of murdering Eric Graves have been charged and are already in police custody.
Authorities did not discuss Eric and Lorraine Graves’ relationship, but confirmed that she has now been charged with an accessory to murder and her bail has been set at $ 500,000.
Lorraine learned this the hard way, all of you.
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