Montigo Arrington from Tarrant, Alabama, drew attention to himself by posting an implied threat to police on Facebook.

He is now under arrest for possession of child pornography.

34-year-old Arrington last week posted the following status update on his Facebook page:

“Has any1 else eva thought bout strappin a bomb on n walk n a police department n blowin da (expletive) up.”

An anonymous source alerted deputies with the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office Street Crimes Unit, who learned that Arrington was on probation for manufacturing methamphetamine, said Chief Deputy Randy Christian.

The deputies told Arrington’s probation officer, who went to his home on Waverly Street to conduct a home visit.

During that visit, Christian said, the officer discovered pornographic images of children store on his computer.

He was arrested on charges of possession of child pornography and probation violation. He is in the county jail with bond set at $20,000.

Christian had this to say:

“Note to self, do not post something stupid on the Internet for all the world to see. Most especially, a blatant threat to law enforcement.”

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