'Facebook' Post Helps Police Catch Accused Robber

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Updated: 10/12/2012 7:07 pm
Frankfort Police said a post on 'Facebook' helped them catch an accused robber.

Investigators said the social network communication led them to Madison County where they found and arrested Joshua Stigers, 18, of Frankfort.

Police said Stigers is accused of robbing a juvenile on Meagher Avenue in Frankfort on September 29, 2012.

Police said in addition to the Robbery 1st Degree charge, Stigers was also charged with Possession of Marijuana and Receiving Stolen Property. 
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