Everyone has posted something online they might regret. One Oklahoma woman allegedly took it a step further.
A Tulsa woman reportedly commented on a photo of herself posted on the Tulsa Police Department’s Facebook page and asked about reward money for information on her whereabouts. She was wanted on charges of accessory to murder.
"What where's the reward money at?" Lorraine Graves allegedly wrote in the comments section.
Tulsa Police said Graves was an accessory in the murder of a 30-year-old man who was found dead from a gunshot wound in an apartment near 61st and Peoria on March 13.
One commenter replied: Another commenter replied by saying, "Lorraine Graves ain't gonna be as funny when you get processed."
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Another replied: "giiiiirl you better stay off social media they can track you!!"
The Tulsa Police did just that, apparently.
“On Wednesday, we posted Lorraine Graves as the Weekly Most Wanted for Accessory to Murder in the homicide of Eric Graves earlier this year,” Tulsa police posted. “Shortly after that, Lorraine Graves started commenting on our post asking about reward money.”
Tulsa police detectives with the Fugitive Warrants Unit arrested Graves in North Tulsa near 36th St. N. and Garrison Ave.
Police charged Gabriel Hopson, 20, and Jayden Hopson, 19, with first-degree murder in connection to the shooting. Jayden Hopson was also charged with possession of a firearm after juvenile adjudication. Police said the Hopson brothers pulled their guns on Graves, who reportedly began shooting back at them.
Tulsa Police are also trying to find 20-year-old Wendell Alexander, who was reportedly in the room when the gunfight broke out and was shot in the arm. Police consider him to be a material witness in the killing.
Graves recently wet before a judge ad was ordered held on $500,000 bond.
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