Just a day after the post was made, Akers took to the comments section where he told the authorities to calm down.
“Calm down, I’m going to turn myself in,” he said.
The police department replied back the following day, on Nov. 30, and told him he could give them a call should he need a ride to the police department.
“Hey Anthony! We haven’t seen you yet. Our business hours are 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday,” said the Richland WA Police Department. “Of course if you need a ride you can call non-emergency (509-628-0333) and we will pick you up.”
Akers swiftly replied on the same day, telling the police he was just tying up some loose ends.
“Richland WA Police Department thank you, tying up a couple loose ends since I will probably be in there for a month,” he said. “Should be in there in the next 48 hours.”
Akers, however, did not show up and on Dec. 3, the police department once again took to their Facebook wondering where Akers could be.
“Morose Monday. Dear Anthony, is it us? Last Wednesday we reached out to you as ‘wanted,'” the police department wrote. “You replied and even said you were going to turn yourself in. We waited, but you didn’t show. After you stood us up, we reached out again — this time offering you a ride. You replied and said you needed 48 hours.”
Morose Monday. Dear Anthony, is it us? Last Wednesday we reached out to you as “wanted”. You replied and even said you…