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Local Sheriff's Office Facebook Page Is a Comedic Goldmine

It's gotta be the coffee, donuts, rinse down and repeat routine. That's my running theory right now. Okay, not actually though. Clearly their social media game is on lock. Just cause these law-enforcing, pistol-slingin bros rep the badge don't in any way imply they can't rock the shit out of some innocent, chuckleworthy humor. Seriously though. Some of these posts from the Oconee County Georgia Sheriff's Office are greatness.

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shreiff says department not checking facebook for dapl protestors
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Just a quick update on all those Facebook check-ins in North Dakota yesterday. As it turns out, the Morton County Sherrif's Department says that it is not looking at check-ins to verify protestors of the Dakota Access Pipeline. 

The Morton County Sheriff's Department took to Facebook and said: 

via @MortonCountySD

Yesterday, thousands of Facebook users "checked in" at Standing Rock Indian reservation in Cannon Ball, ND in hopes of confusing police and showing support for the activists.

Despite the validity of the original post, The LA Times says, "Some Native American activists still welcomed the check-ins as another form of showing support for the months-long protest against the Dakota Access Pipeline, proposed to run past tribal land on its route between North Dakota and Illinois."

 

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arrest law michael hagger new zealand police - 6398583808
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A 34-year-old New Zealand man convicted of shoplifting failed to show up for his court date. When the police asked about him on their Facebook page, he responded and had just two words to say to them: "hoo rah." Whether it's a taunt or an inarticulate cry of protest is open for interpretation.

Hagger claimed he had felt too ill to go to court, and is currently "planning on getting in touch with" the police.

[New Zealand Herald]

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