Authorities say a man incriminated himself by posing for Facebook pictures with a submachine gun that was used to rob banks in Michigan.
According to MLive, 21-year-old Jules Bahler of Brooklyn is responsible for a Chemical Bank in Bay City, Mich. on March 5 of $7,000 while toting a submachine gun. He also reportedly robbed two other banks of $4,300 and $4,000 in Feb. 26 and Mar. 4.
Unfortunately for Bahler, he seems to have a tendency to overshare on social media. Investigators say they discovered his Facebook page on March 6, where he was seen posing with a submachine gun. Furthermore, his face matches images seen on surveillance cameras in the banks that were robbed, and he also had pictures of a Pontiac, Mich. home where authorities observed him leave on March 7.
Bahler was arrested during a traffic stop, and a submachine gun was recovered. He confessed to all three robberies and was charged with bank robbery and carrying a firearm during a crime of violence.