Dustin McCombs, an accused rapist on-the-run was so angry at being named ‘Creep of the Week’, on a sheriff’s office Facebook page, that he went online to taunt law enforcers. This boy sure is a creep and I am not shocked at what happened shortly after this idiotic exchange, Dustin McCombs is obviously not the brightest bulb in the bunch…
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After being exhibited on the Facebook page of the sheriff’s office in Jefferson County, Alabama, Dustin McCombs, charged with ‘rape by force’, logged on to taunt his pursuers- and ended up engaging in a hilarious comments war.
‘Trolling’-the practice of being deliberately provocative on internet message boards – is increasingly common. But this may be the first example of a wanted fugitive riling police on Facebook.
The controller of the public page tried to persuade McCombs to turn himself in, BuzzFeed reported. But, refusing to communicate by private email, McCombs insisted on the public notice board that he is innocent and would only be surrendering once he had a lawyer.
A ridiculous battle of comments ensued. ‘Funny part about them knocking on their doors none of them know where I am’, McCombs taunts. As law enforcers clicked that Facebook might not be the ideal place to discuss the details of a case with a rape suspect, the sheriff finally told the teen to keep quiet.
McCombs was later arrested in Ohio, presumably after law enforcement officials traced his internet address.