- While crimes carried out live on Facebook get a lot of attention, deputies in Polk County say a live Facebook video helped them track down and arrest a wanted woman.
The sheriff's office then contacted Lakeland police who arrested 18-year-old Markesha Wilkerson for violation of probation and failure to appear on original juvenile charges of improper exhibition of a firearm or unsafe weapon and attempted battery.
Investigators were searching Facebook on Monday when they found 18-year-old Markesha Wilkerson broadcasting a video of herself at a Chuck E. Cheese's in Lakeland, Florida. "ORCRP006023-topic.html" class="local_link" >Facebook live video from a Chuck E. Cheese restaurant.
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Shortly after, police went to the children's themed restaurant and arrested her.
She has a history of run-ins with the law, including up to 12 charges that she has faced stemming from acts committed when she was a juvenile.
"While we're on Facebook Live - voila - we discover this lady who has outstanding warrants", said Sheriff Grady Judd with Polk County Sheriff's Office.
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Officers arrested Wilkerson for violation of probation on a gun charge and failure to appear.
Polk County police routinely use Facebook Live to look for alleged criminals, and sure enough, there was Wilkerson.
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