An Okaloosa County sheriff’s deputy snapped a photo, left, of Chandler Ridge Carlyle, 18, when Carlyle answered the deputy’s FaceTime call on an allegedly stolen smartphone.
An Okaloosa County sheriff’s deputy snapped a photo, left, of Chandler Ridge Carlyle, 18, when Carlyle answered the deputy’s FaceTime call on an allegedly stolen smartphone. Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office
An Okaloosa County sheriff’s deputy snapped a photo, left, of Chandler Ridge Carlyle, 18, when Carlyle answered the deputy’s FaceTime call on an allegedly stolen smartphone. Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office

Note to smartphone thieves: Don’t answer FaceTime calls from the police

May 29, 2017 10:44 AM

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