Levi Charles Reardon ‘liked’ a Facebook post. This might seem like fairly normal behavior, until you realize that the post in question was calling for his own arrest.
Reardon, 23, spotted his own wanted post on the Great Falls/Cascade County Crimestoppers. Either he admired their attempts at failing to capture him, or he was gloating at their inability to even get his description right. Regardless, hitting that ‘like’ button was probably a sign that he wouldn’t make a good con-artist anyway.
Reardon, who was wanted for felony forgery, was arrested on Friday without incident.
According to court records, he was a suspect in case involving the theft of a wallet and personal checks last January. He allegedly cashed four missing checks.
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