Two people faced burglary charges on Wednesday after a search warrant led investigators to an incriminating Facebook message.
Kevin Stoll II and Meghan Welch allegedly were involved in a burglary, and investigators said that Welch sent a message to a friend saying, “That guy in the picture robbed a house, and I was in the car, so I got charged with burglary,” 10TV’s Maureen Kocot reported.
According to Franklin County prosecutor Ron O’Brien, Facebook can be an invaluable tool for investigators.
“People just have a habit of talking too much too often in the wrong place,” O’Brien said.
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