A outlaw has put an extremely present day cost on his freedom.
Jose Simms cut an arrangement with Connecticut’s City of Torrington Police Division to hand himself over if his “Needed” blurb on the office’s authentic Facebook account collected 15,000 “likes.”
Simms, 29, is needed on four warrants for first-degree inability to show up in court and three warrants second-degree inability to appear. New York City-based news site Heavy.com reports Simms has been accused of numerous offenses throughout the most recent two years, including DUI, rupture of the harmony, infringement of a defensive request and danger of damage to a child.
Police did not quickly react to HuffPost’s solicitation for further information.
Simms at first reached Torrington Lt. Brett Johnson over Facebook Flag-bearer after the office started posting “Needed” publications for different escapees on its page.
He supposedly asked when his picture would show up and proposed 20,000 “likes” in return for his surrender, yet Johnson arranged him down.
“We have no clue where this person is other than we might suspect he’s in New York,” Johnson revealed to The Register Native. “This offers us a chance to expand our reach.”
The post, underneath, passed the preferences edge Wednesday morning and by early Thursday had verified more than 19,000.
Simms, in any case, presently couldn’t seem to submit himself for arrest.