Oh, to Google yourself. “Egosurfing” is something that millions do each year (certainly women I date do), but in an new twist, a San Leandro, California man found himself in a most unwanted place….Northern California’s “Most Wanted” website.
Christopher Viatafa was, presumably bored, and decided to have a look for his unique name, what came next must certainly have been a shock to the perp. Viatafa, plain as day, saw his image/wanted poster in connection with a local shooting. On August 8th, 2013, Viatafa attended a private party at the San Leandro Senior Center.
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Following an argument, Viatafa allegedly pulled out a handgun and fired a number of rounds near the feet of those he was arguing with at the party. While he was ultimately steered away from the event, the 27 year-old did fire off a number of additional rounds at nobody in particular.
Since the incident, Viatafa has been sought for questioning as a result of “allegedly discharging a firearm toward an inhabited dwelling.” Now, having found himself on the website it should be noted that Viatafa did immediately turn himself in where he was promptly arrested on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon.
No word was given if Viatafa Googled a lawyer prior to turning himself in but it was his Googling that saw him into handcuffs.
“That is why he turned himself in,” police said.
The website that Viatafa apprehended himself with was launched in December by the U.S. Marshals Service, FBI and Northern California Regional Intelligence Center.
Apparently, it’s quite easy to get your man when he is stoking his ego with a Google search. No word as to whether or not this has helped law enforcement or simply the vain in order to assist police. Viatafa’s profile was changed to read “captured” on the website that held his likeness.