UPDATE: PA woman who taunted police on Facebook sentenced to one to five years

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GREENE COUNTY, Pa. (WDTV) -- UPDATED 7/16/19 @10:45 a.m.
A woman who taunted police on Facebook, Chloe Jones has been sentenced to 1 to 5 years in prison on various charges by a Greene County Judge, according to the Greene County Sheriff's office.

Jones was put on the Greene County Sheriff's Office 'Top Ten Most Wanted List' in March on Facebook.

Jones commented on the post, "Do you do pick up or delivery?" She mentioned on the post that she was at Ruby Memorial Hospital.

Jones was arrested in Monongalia County in April when residents in Greene County and Monongalia County gave tips to officers to where Jones was.

ORIGINAL STORY
A woman wanted in Greene County, Pennsylvania, was arrested in Morgantown Monday after taunting police on the Facebook post about her being wanted.

Chloe Jones was put on the Greene County Sheriff's Office 'Top Ten Most Wanted List,' on March 27th. Last week, she commented on the post, joking "Do you do pick up or delivery?" As she argued with commenters on the post, Jones mentioned she was in Morgantown, claiming she was in Ruby Memorial Hospital at the time.

On Tuesday, the Sheriff's Office says tips from residents in Greene County and Monongalia County led to officers finding Jones in Mon County. Morgantown Police took her into custody and she was extradited back to PA.

The Sheriff's Office decided to have some fun on Facebook themselves when announcing Jones' arrest.

"Ms. Chloe Jones and her witty comments are taking a hiatus from our Facebook comments section due to the jail not having internet for her to use," the post said, along with a picture of Jones' original comment on the 'Most Wanted' post.

At this time, it is unknown where in Morgantown Jones was found, or if she had recently was a patient at Ruby Memorial Hospital when the original post was made.