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Colby Gilliam, wanted in Md., posts Facebook message to sheriff

This screenshot from the Queen Anne's County Sheriff's Office shows Gilliam's post on their Facebook page. The comment was removed and police believe Gilliam deleted his Facebook.
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A man wanted on Maryland’s Eastern Shore is most likely regretting a Facebook message that could lead to his capture.

Gilliam is most likely regretting a Facebook message to the Queen Anne's County Sheriff's Office, considering he's wanted on the Eastern Shore. Photo: Queen Anne's County Sheriff

Colby Gilliam posted criticism on the Queen Anne’s County Sheriff’s Office’s Facebook page Tuesday after they posted details about an injured Bay Bridge worker, The Capital Gazette reports.

"The man is knocked out and on one of the cat walks underneath the road come on qasd get the facts before posting..."

Their response?

“Thank you Colby – By the way we still have a warrant for your arrest. Checkout our Most Wanted Page."

Gilliam has been wanted since September for violating probation when he moved to South Carolina. He’s also wanted for failing to appear in court on theft charges. Police think he’s in the Myrtle Beach area with his fiancée.

He was also arrested in mid-December for domestic violence, court records say.

READ MORE: capitalgazette.com

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