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Man who taunted Butler Co. Sheriff's Office on Facebook posts bond, back on social media

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BUTLER COUNTY, OH (FOX19) -

The man who allegedly taunted the Butler County Sheriff's Office on Facebook is back on social media after being released from jail on bond.

According to the Butler County Jail, Andrew Marcum posted bond at 12:04 p.m. Sunday on the charges of abduction and domestic violence. 

Marcum's alleged Facebook account posted a picture of himself flexing with 'I'm back lol' as the photo caption. Another post read: "I just want to SAY THANKS TO THE GOOD LORD I'm out and free I told everyone I didn't do it now it's time for my SHINE."

The Butler County Sheriff's Office and Marcum made national news as they traded messages on the social media site, even with sheriff's office tweeting a picture of a jail cell readied for Marcum as officers attempted to track him down.

On April 7, Marcum's charges of burglary and safe-cracking were dropped.

Marcum still faces the abduction and domestic violence charges.

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