A Facebook Live post includes footage of the person’s arrest

A Facebook Live post includes footage of the person’s arrest

Be careful of posting live footage on Facebook. Some embarrassing moments can be seen by many of your followers. Unfortunately the gratification of sharing your moment could lead to your public downfall. A illegal medication dealer found this out when his arrest went live.

Breon Hollings was filming and broadcasting himself flashing a wad of money and chanting incoherently – obviously ecstatic about his latest haul. The police can be heard on the video calling for him to open up his place surrender. The police threw a smoke bomb in his place which was also caught on camera. They invaded the house and he was arrested. The whole thing was filmed on Facebook live.

The police invasion was not as a result of the filmed snippet. It was the result of a long investigation into his illegal dealing hiistory. They had come armed with sniffer dogs and a search warrant. The fact that it was filmed was just the cherry on the top.

According to The Sun Hollings was arrested after the place was searched and the dogs had sniffed out incriminating evidence. The police found a gun, ammunition and illegal medication in his home.

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