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Crime Florida man demands deputies take down his mug shot. They replaced it with his booking photo.

18:25  08 november  2019
18:25  08 november  2019 Source:   wtsp.com

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They replaced it with his booking photo . WTSP-TV Tampa-St. Petersburg 11/8/2019 10News WTSP. A previously wanted Sarasota man who demanded his mugshot be removed from a law enforcement Facebook page has now had his image replaced with his booking photo .

Deputies cheekily replied they would be glad to remove his photo from Facebook if he stopped by the sheriff’s office so they could replace his mug shot with his booking photo . And on Wednesday, that’s just what they did. Cody Pierce was arrested by deputies with Sarasota County on a warrant for

A previously wanted Sarasota man who demanded his mugshot be removed from a law enforcement Facebook page has now had his image replaced with his booking photo.

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Our news partners at WWSB report Cody Pierce wasn't happy when the DeSoto County Sheriff's Office announced deputies were searching for him in connection with the theft for more than $1,000 in merchandise for a major retailer.

Screenshots indicate he replied to the sheriff's office -- saying he has money and has no need to steal.

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Facebook, so they replace it with a booking photo . Today we have yet another “ Florida man ” case making it into the headlines due to a weird turn of As it turns out, DeSoto County Sheriff’s Office kept its promise when Cody Pierce was finally arrested on November 6th by deputies of Sarasota

A Florida man accused of stealing over ,000 worth of merchandise from Wal-Mart was arrested on Thursday in Sarasota County after asking for police The DeSoto County Sheriff's Office responded on Facebook by telling Pierce they would happily remove his current mugshot and replace it with his

"...I have a lawyer just for situations like this who is very hungry for a case of slander and defamation of character especially every thing me and my father have done for this area," Pierce reportedly wrote.

The screenshot shows he then said he would appreciate the sheriff's office removing his picture.

The sheriff's office wasn't about to ignore his response. So, it replied back in a clever way.

"Cody, thanks for your response, our agency is glad you understand that we're looking for you! If you would like to come-on by the Sheriff's Office we will be glad to remove your current photo and replace it with your BOOKING PHOTO!"

On Wednesday, the sheriff's office announced Pierce had been arrested in Sarasota County on a Desoto warrant.

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"As promised, we are now replacing Cody's previous photo with his BOOKING PHOTO!" the agency wrote.

Pierce was booked for trespassing and grand theft. According to WWSB, he's accused of stealing from a Walmart with an Arcadia man on Oct. 27.


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