My friend is fleeing probation and other misdemeanor, felony, and traffic warrants in MD and came here. Is there a number I call to turn him in
You have a FRIEND and you want to turn your friend in to the police? But you also ask if you should do it.
Something is wrong with this picture
Who appointed your Sheriff?
Look I could care less what you choose do but I will say that unless this seriously and negatively effects your life then you should probably mind you own business (snitches get stitches and Karma has a way of coming around and biting folks in the a** ).
Wishing you good judgment and hoping that I have been helpful in answering your question.
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There two posts, back to back, concerning a fleeing felon. One is by his girlfriend and the other is by a "friend" who wants to turn him in. Both involve MD and FL. I hope he understands he is making a huge mistake.
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