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You know, it's one thing to get on the bad side of the law.  It's another thing entirely to get in trouble with the law, get arrested, then strap on a smug smile like you just won the lottery in your mugshot!  If this scofflaw was wanted for something like ripping the labels off of new mattresses, I might like the fact that he was grinning in this jailhouse-portrait.  That is, unfortunately not the case.

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Authorities in Bossier City need your help locating Caleb Mays (pictured above in his non-happy-to-be-arrested pose).  According to a post from earlier today on the official Bossier City Sheriff's Office Facebook page, the long arm of the law is looking for anyone who might know the whereabouts of Mays.  The 25-year-old is wanted on one count of 2nd Degree-Domestic Abuse Battery and one count of Simple Criminal Property Damage.  These charges allegedly stem from a fight Mays had with his with his girlfriend.

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If you have seen Caleb Mays, or have any information that might lead to his eventual capture and arrest, don't hesitate to reach out to the Bossier Parish Sheriff's office. You can reach out by email at patrol@bossiersheriff.com or by phone by calling (318) 965-3418.

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