Thread: Fugitive updates FB
Wash. man on the run finds time to update Facebook
Pardon my rant, but !?
Is it just me and my glass of wine, or does it sound like he's implying something here?Police are among those checking the page. "Absolutely," Deputy Chief Brian Smith told The Associated Press on Monday.
"We're used to pinging databases and sources of information," he said. "It's normal for us to look at Facebook accounts."
Smith also saw the growing number of comments on Nicolaysen's account — some of them mocking police — as he remained at large Monday.
"I don't think it's going to make it any easier for him," Smith said.
A lot of people communicate openly and can remain beyond the long arm of the law, at least for a while, he said.
Nicolaysen has been convicted of five felonies, including domestic violence, burglary and theft of a firearm, police said. He is wanted by the Washington state Department of Corrections for failing to check in with his community corrections officer since January.
He's also accused of assaulting his girlfriend on March 28, police said.I'm going to start posting pictures of Token from South Park every time I hear this $#IT..."he was turning his life around"..."such a good boy"..."volunteered at soup kitchens before robbing a grandma at the park..." blah blah blah...Port Angeles attorney Robert Vienneau, who says he knows Nicolaysen, says the fugitive does what he has to do to get by.
"Travis comes from a rough background, but he's got a good heart," Vienneau said.
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